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An alternative to eliciting use cases and user stories is to identify the external events to which the system must respond. An event is some change or activity that takes place in the user’s environment that stimulates a response from the software system. An event-response table (also called a...
An alternative to eliciting use cases and user stories is to identify the external events to which the system must respond. An event is some change or activity that takes place in ...
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