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Incorporating Use-Case Analysis in PCSC Method

Authors: Elamvazuthi, Chandran, Manson, Gordon A.


Use-case analysis is a simple but useful technique for driving the process of analysis in a meaningful manner. It is used, in one form or another, in various object-orientated software development methods notably OOSE, Booch and OMT. In this paper, we explain how use-case analysis has been incorporated into PCSC, a method based on the occam model for developing parallel software systems. To illustrate the usage of use-case analysis in PCSC, we present a simple case study of a Character Sorting System.


Proceedings of WoTUG-18: Transputer and occam Developments, Patrick Nixon, 1995, pp 213 - 226 published by IOS Press, Amsterdam

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