By Carol Britton, Jill Doake

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The use case model structures the system into the user~ view of its main tasks, the class diagram structures the system into logical software units. This chapter explains the main use case concepts and illustrates them with examples from the Wheels case study. / 9 U se case a lagram The use case model consists of a use case diagram, a set of use case descriptions, a set of actor descriptions and a set of scenarios. The use case diagram models the problem domain graphically using four concepts: the use case, the actor, the relationship link and the boundary.

Some validation can be carried out in parallel with elicitation, for example by summarizing during an interview what has been said, but there are also a number of more formal validation techniques that are used to ensure the accuracy of the requirements specification. A written summary of each interview should be prepared by the developer and given to the interviewee shortly after the interview. This gives the interviewee an opportunity to check for any gaps or errors in the information that the developer has recorded from the interview.

In the following section of this chapter we provide illustrations of how the techniques of interviewing and questionnaires might be applied in eliciting requirements for the Wheels case study system. Interviews. Successful elicitation of requirements depends on good communication with clients and users, and one of the most effective ways of achieving good communication is through one-toone interviews. Ideally, a developer should interview everyone in the client organization, from secretaries and office juniors to bosses and managers.

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