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Open Issues in Industrial Use Case Modeling

By: Gonzalo Génova, Juan Llorens, Pierre Metz, Rubén Prieto-Díaz, Hernán Astudillo

Abstract

Use Cases have achieved wide use as a specification tool for observable behavior of systems. However, there is still much controversy, inconsistent use, and free-flowing interpretations of use case models, in fact, not even experts widely recognized in the community agree on the semantics of concepts. Consequently, use case models are dangerously ambiguous, and there is an unnecessary divergence of practice.

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Gonzalo Génova, Juan Llorens, Pierre Metz, Rubén Prieto-Díaz, Hernán Astudillo, “Open Issues in Industrial Use Case Modeling”, Journal of Object Technology, Volume 4, no. 6 (August 2005), pp. 7-14, doi:10.5381/jot.2005.4.6.a1.

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