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This paper presents application of use case maps as an extension of UML for system integration. The methodology is used in context of scenario based integration and testing for a very large system - Daidalos 3 system. The Use Case Maps are used not only for requirements specification. The description has many advantages for integration, namely for verification of interfaces between components, and also for verification of correct component activity. This is particularly important for flow of global parameters, such as identifiers, and user profiles. The method extends use of UML for architecture specification and refinement and in next step is amenable to adopting MDA paradigm.

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Title Use case maps as an extension of UML for system integration and verification
Authors A. Rys, C. Jedrzejek, and A. Figaj
Type Conference
Conference/Journal Title ECOOP Workshop on Architecture-Centric Evolution (ACE 2005)
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Month July
Year 2005
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Keywords Daidalos, MDA, Testing, Use Case Maps, UML
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Topic revision: r1 - 10 Aug 2006, DanielAmyot
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