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ucmbook.gif This book presents a novel, scenario-based notation called Use Case Maps (UCMs) for describing, in a high-level way, how the organizational structure of a complex system and the emergent behavior of the system are intertwined. The notation is not a behavior specification technique in the ordinary sense, but a notation for helping a person to visualize, think about, and explain the big picture. UCMs are presented as "architectural entities" that help a person stand back from the details during all phases of system development.

-- GunterMussbacher - 13 Oct 2005

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Title Use Case Maps for Object-Oriented Systems
Authors R.J.A. Buhr and R.S. Casselman
Type Book
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Editors
Publisher Prentice Hall
Month November
Year 1995
Pages 302
DOI
Keywords Use Case Maps, Object-oriented System, Requirements Engineering, Design
Topic attachments
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UCM_book95.pdfpdf UCM_book95.pdf manage 3 MB 12 Oct 2005 - 22:33 GunterMussbacher Book
ucmfoos1.txttxt ucmfoos1.txt manage 5 K 12 Oct 2005 - 22:34 GunterMussbacher Corrections and clarifications (already included in PDF file)
ucmfoos2.txttxt ucmfoos2.txt manage 17 K 12 Oct 2005 - 22:35 GunterMussbacher Corrections and clarifications (already included in PDF file)
Topic revision: r2 - 06 Nov 2009, GunterMussbacher
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