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Objects by Actions: Object-Oriented Design by Use-Case Analysis


The concept of a use case can help designers develop better object-oriented solutions for embedded systems applications. Use cases are abstractions of interrelated events or interaction sequences. By analyzing applications in terms of use cases and organizing the software functionality on the same basis, separating functionality into three distinct types of object modules, software can be made more robust, with components that are both more reusable and more amenable to change.

ESC_1992_Vol1_Page147_Constantine – Objects by Actions- Object-Oriented Design by Use-Case Analysis.pdf

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