The project evaluates the benefits of adding a Use Case Map view to existing Unified Modeling Language views of an object-oriented software system. This includes ascertaining if adding a Use Case Map view to existing Unified Modeling Language views helps bridge the gap between requirements and use cases and more detailed views, such as interaction diagrams (sequence diagrams and collaboration diagrams) and statechart diagrams. Also, a comparison of Use Case Maps and Use Case Diagrams is given.

In order to do this, a prototype of an application for managing a hypothetical bank's customers' accounts is developed. The application is to be used by the bank's branch staff and is connected to the bank's database. A prototype of the database is also developed.

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Title Application and Evaluation of Use Case Maps with UML in Object-Oriented Systems Development by Case Study
Authors William S Blackley
Type Thesis
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Publisher University of Paisley, Scotland, UK
Month September
Year 2005
Pages 216
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Keywords Use Case Maps Unified Modeling Language Bank Accounts' Management System Database Visual Basic .NET SQL
Topic revision: r5 - 08 Jul 2010, DanielAmyot
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