use cases

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User Stories and Use Cases

What is the difference between user stories and use cases. This video shows the difference between them with examples, and also shows how they can be related.

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Using Use Cases or User Stories in Scrum

This blog post defines the concept of use cases and user stories and discusses how and when they should be used in an Agile software development project. User stories are different from use cases because they are centred on the result and the benefit of the thing you’re describing, whereas use cases are more granular. […]

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Database Modeling and Use Cases

This discussion on the topic of Database Modeling with Dr. Michael Blaha try to answer the question “How good are UML use cases for Database Design“? His opinion is that use cases are rote work. The developer listens to business experts and slavishly write what they hear with little interpretation and no abstraction. There is […]

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Discovering Business Architecture Value

In business use case (BUC), an abstraction of the system use case model, business actors with specific business goals interact with other business actors. It is primarily an external view of the business model or area of interest. This article explains how business use cases can help business architects, helping them to discover quality high […]

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User story vs use case vs “what are we trying to accomplish”

In this blog post, Leon Kotovich explains that requirements are not about user stories or use cases, but that you should use all available techniques to solve your problem correctly once you have defined it.

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Capture use case documents with DITA

Explore how to combine requirement gathering with documentation that development managers, developers, testers, and technical writers can re-purpose throughout the development cycle. The flexible extension mechanism in Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA) is becoming an industry standard for this kind of undertaking. In this article, you create a specialized schema for use case documentation.

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