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Applying Use Cases: A Practical Guide, Second Edition by Jason P. Winters, Geri Schneider

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Chapter 8. Reviews

Throughout the process of developing use cases, you will want periodic reviews of your work. These will help you find problems early. The earlier you find problems, the cheaper they are to fix, so a periodic review is worth the time it takes.

If you are already using a formal review process, continue doing so. The material in this section is not intended to be, or to replace, a formal review. It is included to stimulate thought about the review process.

Many different people with many different points of view might be interested in reviewing your use cases. They may include whoever is defining your requirements, such as a customer, a marketing department, or an advisory board. End users also will be interested in the use cases ...

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