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Visual Models for Software Requirements by Joy Beatty and Anthony Chen

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Chapter 25. Selecting Models for a Project

When I decide to work on a project around my house, I start by selecting the tools to use. I first consider what type of project I’m doing and then consider what step in the overall project I’m working on, so that I can pick the right tool. For example, if I’m cooking, I use tools such as a mixer, measuring spoons, a rolling pin, a frying pan, and a spatula. I can further narrow my tool selection by the type of cooking I’m doing. If I’m baking, I would more likely use a mixer than a frying pan. Finally, I pick the tools I need based on which steps in my cooking project I’m executing. Initially, I use measuring spoons and cups, then I use a mixer, then I might use a spatula or rolling pin, and finally ...

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