About This Chapter
Market Analysis - Chapter Summary
These lessons were compiled to help individuals learn about use cases, their function, how to compose them and how to interpret them. Some of the specific topics covered in these lessons include:
- How to write effective use case scenarios
- The realization process of use cases
- Analyses of use cases
- Components of use cases
- Using use cases with software
To help individuals test their understanding of the material presented in these lessons, this chapter also includes short, engaging quizzes. Ask your employees to take these quizzes to discover topics they may not fully understand.
How It Helps
- Teaches analytical skills: Use cases are commonly used in business analyses. These lessons will teach employees how to create and use them.
- Improves productivity : Knowing how to utilize use cases should improve the ability of employees to complete analyses in a timely manner.
- Enhances understanding: Using use cases can help employees comprehend the steps and results of an analyses.
By the end of this chapter, employees will be able to:
- Write a use case
- Analyze a use cases
- Identify the components of use cases
- Utilize use cases in software testing
1. What is a Use Case? - Definition & Examples
Welcome to the world of use cases. This lesson will introduce you to a fantastic business tool that can be a great help in achieving the best results when creating a new software or just updating a current process.
2. Writing Effective Use Case Scenarios
This lesson contains everything you will need to know to write an outstanding use case scenario that will make your next software implementation go flawlessly and solve the key problems your users face.
3. Use Case Diagram, Document & Templates Overview
Use cases are commonly used in software and system design, and they come in many forms. Learn about the different tools used for documenting use cases, including UML diagrams, written documents, and templates to aid in using a consistent use case format.
4. Use Case Analysis: Tutorial & Examples
Use case analysis is a way of gathering information about how a system would interact with users or other systems. This lesson describes how a use case analysis is performed.
5. Use Case Table & Actors
Use cases are an important tool in software and system design. Learn about the key components of use cases and the important related concepts of actors and tables.
6. Exception & Alternate Flow in Use Case
How can you know, which of the alternative routes will take you to your destination, and which will get you lost? Learn about the differences between alternate and exception flows in a use case.
7. What is Use Case in Software Testing?
In this lesson, you will learn what a use case is, what are the main characteristics of a well-written use case are, and which elements should be included in it.
8. Use Case Development in Scrum: Process & Examples
Scrum is a framework in one of software development methodologies called Agile. Use case development involves envisioning the specific ways the software would be used by the end user. This lesson explains how use cases are developed in scrum
9. User Stories vs Use Cases in Agile Development
One of the unique aspects of Agile is the documentation of project requirements in the form of user stories. Some consider these interchangeable with use cases, which are employed by other methodologies, but this is not the case. Learn how user stories and use cases compare in Agile Development.
10. What is a Test Case? - Definition & Example
Test cases are developed by testers to validate that a software program is working as per requirements. The lesson provides an example of a test case and defines the necessary parts.
11. How to Write a Test Case: Format & Examples
Test case is a term used in the software development process to determine the various conditions or inputs to the software and the expected output for each input.
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