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Specifying Use Case Interaction: Types of Alternative Courses

By: Pierre Metz, John O'Brien, Wolfgang Weber

Abstract

Use cases are a powerful and widely recognised tool for the elicitation of functional requirements and the specification of prospective software applications. However, major problems and gaps still exist; practitioners frequently encounter these. One of these is the specification of alternative use case interaction courses.

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Pierre Metz, John O'Brien, Wolfgang Weber, “Specifying Use Case Interaction: Types of Alternative Courses”, Journal of Object Technology, Volume 2, no. 2 (March 2003), pp. 111-131, doi:10.5381/jot.2003.2.2.a1.

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