Business Use-Case Model Survey
This report describes the use-case model. It gives an overview of the results
of use-case modeling, and includes brief descriptions for every actor and use
A brief description of the purpose of the use-case model.
2. Survey Description
A summary list of actors and use cases as they are arranged below. This
section should also describe basic facts about the business, such as the
business idea and the markets in which the business operates.
3. Business Use-Case Model Hierarchy
This section presents the use-case packages hierarchically, explains
the dependencies among them, and shows the content of each package recursively.
If the model has several levels of packages, those at the top-level are
presented first. The packages within these are presented next, and so on, all
the way down to the packages at the bottom of the hierarchy. For each package
- Its Name.
- A Brief Description explaining the package's function and role in the
system. The description must be understandable to any developer who wants to
use the package.
- A list of the use cases owned by the package, including the name and brief
description of each use case.
- A list of actors owned by the package, including the name and brief
description of each actor.
- A list of relationships owned by the package, including the name and brief
description of each relationship.
- A list of the packages directly owned by the package, with each package
presented in the same hierarchical manner as above.
4. Diagrams of the Business Use-Case Model
Diagrams, primarily use-case diagrams, of the entire use-case model are
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