Simple, elegant, and proven solutions to the specific problems of writing use cases on real projects, this workbook has 36 specific guidelines that readers can use to measure the quality of their use cases. This is the first book to specifically address use cases with the proven and popular development concept of patterns.Each use case may have a well-defined goal, but the goal is only a small step in booking an airline ticket for a customer. If we tried this approach for a larger system with many forms, we would end up with hundreds of small use cases, and weanbsp;...
|Title||:||Patterns for Effective Use Cases|
|Author||:||Steve Adolph, Alistair Cockburn, Paul Bramble, Andy Pols|
|Publisher||:||Addison-Wesley Professional - 2003|