On UML2.0's Abandonment of the Actors-Call-Use-Cases Conjecture

By: Sadahiro Isoda


The current UML's use-case specification has a lot of problems and even nonsense. All these problems are due to three fundamental defects originated in OOSE. These are the illusionally “actors call use cases” conjecture, mixing-up designer's simulation with real execution and poor understanding of OO. The problems can be easily solved by recognizing anew what a use case is and then modeling it guided by plain OO technology.

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Sadahiro Isoda, “On UML2.0's Abandonment of the Actors-Call-Use-Cases Conjecture”, Journal of Object Technology, Volume 4, no. 6 (August 2005), pp. 69-80, doi:10.5381/jot.2005.4.6.a6.

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