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Developing Applications with Java™ and UML by Paul R. Reed

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The Process Model

Once again, the Unified Process model is spotlighted, again with emphasis on the Inception phase (Figure 4-1).

Figure 4-1. Unified Process model: Inception phase

In this chapter, the following Unified Process workflows and activity sets are emphasized:

  • Requirements: Analyze the Problem

  • Requirements: Define the System

  • Requirements: Manage the Scope of the System

  • Test: Plan Test

Use-Cases

The project's success depends largely on defining requirements in a manner that is intuitive to both the IT staff and the project sponsors. The requirements documentation not only serves as a key artifact, but also must be a living artifact. Requirements ...

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