Patterns for Essential Use Case Bodies

Biddle, R., Noble, J. and Tempero, E.

    Essential use cases are an effective way to analyse the usability requirements for a system under development. Essential use cases are quite stylised - writing good essential use cases is somewhat of a secret art. This paper contains patterns that describe how to write the bodies of essential use case. Readers of this paper will be able to write good essential use cases quickly, making it easier to specify usable systems.
Cite as: Biddle, R., Noble, J. and Tempero, E. (2003). Patterns for Essential Use Case Bodies. In Proc. Pattern Languages of Programs 2002. Revised papers from the Third Asia-Pacific Conference on Pattern Languages of Programs, (KoalaPLoP 2002), Melbourne, Australia. CRPIT, 13. Noble, J., Ed. ACS. 85.
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