By Ian F. Alexander, Neil Maiden
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Extra info for Scenarios, Stories, Use Cases: Through the Systems Development Life-Cycle
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The youngest realise the danger, learn the calls, and live to watch out for snakes another day. ” could hardly be more elemental. ” could hardly carry a clearer survival message. And this tale of communication in the face of danger is part of our shared primate heritage. Actually there is a further twist: some monkeys give not only the basic call, but accompany it with a modiﬁer, which seems to mean something like ‘serious’, ‘intense’—the monkeys have not only nouns but adjectives to convey their meaning.
The Main Success Scenario, which at ﬁrst sight matches our initial idea of a scenario, turns out to be just a tree-trunk, with several branches documented elsewhere. A Use Case changes from being pretty much ‘a named scenario’, to an analytic description of what happens when one or several actors try to achieve a goal with the system. Now analysis is necessary for system speciﬁcation, but a key question is whether it should take place in a scenario / Use Case framework, or somewhere else, with reference to scenarios which themselves can remain simple and comprehensible.