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Requirements Patterns via Events / Use Cases

 
Author: atlsysguild.com
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This paper illustrates how event/use case modelling can be used to identify, define and access requirements patterns. Event/use case partitioning is widely used as a way of breaking a system into manageable, business-related chunks. Each event/use case is then the subject of detailed analysis, design and implementation. This paper illustrates how event/use case modelling can also be used as the basis for identifying and defining requirements process and data patterns. Given a book of requirements patterns, each project uses context analysis and event/use case partitioning as a way of accessing relevant patterns.

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