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Object-Oriented Analysis and Design for Information Systems by Raul Sidnei Wazlawick

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Chapter 2

Business Modeling

Business modeling is the first time-consuming activity that is performed during the development of most projects in the software industry. Although business use case diagrams and other UML diagrams are currently used to help teams understand business processes, sometimes the connections between those elements are not clear. This chapter shows how business use cases may be used to produce a high-level view of a business, and how they can be detailed by using business activity diagrams and state machine diagrams that describe key business processes and key business objects. It also shows how business use case diagrams may be used to define the scope of a system.

Keywords

Business modeling; business use case diagram; activity ...

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