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Building Web Applications with UML by Jim Conallen

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Requirements

A requirements specification, a collection of documents and models, attempts to unambiguously describe a software system to be built. Each document usually includes a description of the document's purpose, version number, contributors, and other administrative information, in addition to a list of specific system requirements. The specification can consist of a single document for small systems or be distributed over multiple documents, each expressing one category of requirement. The requirements specification needs to be made available to nearly everyone connected with the project. An excellent way to do this is to make it available on an intranet via a Web server. If the application is going to be a Web application, the infrastructure ...

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