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Use Cases: Requirements in Context, Second Edition by Eamonn Guiney, Daryl Kulak

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5. The Filled Iteration

For every problem, there is one solution which is simple, neat, and wrong.

—H. L. MENCKEN

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The Filled Iteration

5.1 Objectives

Putting together comprehensive requirements for a nontrivial application is a complex task. During the Filled iteration, you face the magnitude of this task.

5.2 Steps

To create the Filled iteration artifacts, follow these steps:

  1. Break out detailed use cases.
  2. Create Filled use cases.
  3. Add business rules.
  4. Test the Filled use cases.
  5. Put some things off.

5.2.1 Break Out Detailed Use Cases

During the Facade iteration, you created use cases for each major interaction. As you delve into more detail during ...

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