Re: Use cases and activity diagrams

From: Ed Kennedy <ekennedyx_at_yahoo_dot_com>
Date: Fri Feb 18 2005 - 22:37:23 CST

Hello Nils:

    Um. We're in the Wikipedia? Frightenign thought if true. A quick
visit to the wikipedia turned up nothing obvious. Perhaps you could provide
me with a link? Also, could you please give me a little more information on
what are use cases or activity diagrams? I'm a civil engineer so my
discipline may call it something entirerly different. I'm all for a well
documented and coherent architecture but I'm also for Mom and Apple Pie!

Thanks, Ed Kennedy

Nils Paz wrote:
> I know that the fruit of all our discussions are deposited in the
> wikipeadia as a record. Are we making any effort to place any
> scenarios we have discussed within use cases or activity diagrams
> such that they can be distilled into a well documented and coherent
> architecture?
> The effort would benefit all and certainly aid in our discussions.
> There are some free tools available that are simple to install and
> easy to learn. We could all participate in building the different
> scenarios we discuss and embellish them as other contribute ideas.
> They can be saved and pasted to our emails and archives in order move
> the work forward. The tool I am aware is UMLET (based on UML 2.0)
> www.umlet.com
>
>
>
> ? Regards
>
>
> Nils Paz
>
>
>
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