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Dependency Charts as a Means to Model Inter-Scenario Dependencies

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Dependency Charts as a Means to Model Inter-Scenario Dependencies
: Scenarios/use cases have gained wide-spread use over the last couple of years. In software engineering they are mainly used to capture requirements and specify a system. Many software engineering approaches, most notably the UML (Unified Modeling Language [RJB99]), use some notion of scenario to support requirements elicitation and to provide a means for improved communication between software engineers, customers and users, and for enhanced user integration in the software development process. Yet prominent and renowned approaches like the UML lack a concept for modeling dependencies and relations between scenarios and offer only little support for the description and management of scenarios and of inter-scenario relationships. However, dependencies between scenarios are common, in fact dependencies between scenarios occur in any software development project of reasonable size. The existence of dependencies among scenarios needs to be perceived, acknowledged and accepted, they have ...
Johannes Ryser, Martin Glinz
Added 31 Oct 2010
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Type Conference
Year 2001
Where MODELLIERUNG
Authors Johannes Ryser, Martin Glinz
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