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Use Case Modeling

Why You Should Attend:

If you are Business Analyst and need to document functional requirements, interact between the requirements in a manner that can be easily communicated to designers, programmers, project managers and other project stakeholders.

Who Should Attend?

Business Analyst /Attendees who have acquired the background as “How to gather and Document User Requirements and Process Modeling Management.

What You Can Expect:
  • Employ use cases to elicit, analyze, document and communicate functional requirements for software.
  • Create use case diagrams using the Unified Modeling Language(UML).
  • Determine when to employ use case modeling.
  • Prioritize use cases based on their importance to the business and on technical consideration.
  • Identify ways to develop consistent vocabulary between use cases and objects.
  • Analyze and document detailed requirements using an object model.
  • Interpret a class diagram.
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Total Program Cost: $999.00

Use Case Modeling: Introduction

Learn how to help organize requirements with use cases , use diagrams as UML notation & organizing the model with packages.

Identifying the Describing Actors:

Learn to recognize use case actors, business versus system actors, identifying actors, mapping shareholders to actors & Users versus Actors.

Identifying and Describing Use Cases:

Learn how to identify use cases, write use case description, including preconditions, post conditions, assumptions & scenarios.

Writing Use Case Scenario:

Learn how to identify the main success scenario, identify alternates and exceptions & how to indicate iterations.

Advanced Use Case Modeling Techniques:

Learn to diagram an <<include>> relationship, diagram an <<extend>> relationship, diagram generalization & specialization and also considering multiplicity.

Ensuring Use Case Quality:

Learn how to employ quality assurance techniques and ensure use cases are testable.

Prioritizing Use Cases:

Learn how to estimate project cost with use cases and employ prioritization techniques.

Introduction to Object Modeling:

Learn use cases and object orientation (OO) and how to identify objects & classes.

Identifying and Describing Business Domain Objects:

Learn how to assign objects to classes, guidelines for describing business objects and describe operations, attributes & associations.

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