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Relationships In Use Case Diagram

Relationships In USE Case Diagram 1) Definition:- Use Case Diagram are those diagrams which are referred to the behaviour of the set of actions performing by Actor or other third parties. 2) Benefits of Use Case Diagram:- A) List of all the activities are in summarised format. B) It is proactive actions of project planning. C) It is …

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What Are Use Cases and how to identify it?

  What Are Use Cases and how to identify it? In my opinion, or you can say that in an easy manner a use case is a process that represents requirements for a software application. If you have analytical mindset then this work is for you. But still the question …

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NEEDS VS REQUIREMENTS

Generally ‘Need’ indicates the want of something or circumstances in which that something is necessary to live for an organism, whereas ‘Requirement’ is some quality or qualification that you should possess in order to be allowed to do something or to be suitable for something. In case of Business Analysis, …

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Stakeholder Analysis

Stakeholder Analysis is a method to identify all parties like persons, departments, or organisations, to take the necessary steps to manage their special interests and expectations so that the project works smoothly. It can be done once or on a regular basis on the requirements of the project management. Basically Stakeholder …

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ER Diagram

ER Diagram It is  a conceptual  modelling tool which represents data in the form of entities and relationalships. Entity: An entity is a object or concept in which information is stored and represented by rectangles.It is something which can be defined.like person,object. Entities are  nouns. Actions: These are represented by …

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Requirements and Design

Requirements and Design: Requirements are basically the need. But we often end up giving the design in the Requirements. Requirements are specifically an external visible function or an attribute of a system. Well, this shall give an clarity on what is the prime difference between the Requirements, Design Documents and …

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Business Analysis Planning

Business Analysis Planning Business Plan: A business plan is a proper statement of business goals, which they need to attainable, and plans for reaching them. It may also contain back   ground information about the organization or team attempting to reach those goals. Business Analysis Planning: Business analysis planning will be done by Business Analysts. They …

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Business Analysis Planning

A Business Analysis Planning is a kind of approach to plan the activities flow in a Project to achieve the desired output. There is a misconception that Business Analysis Planning is not the role of a B.A and it would look after by the Project Lead. Many times a Senior …

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Agile Framework

Agile is a collection of several iterative and incremental software development approaches. The most popular frameworks among them are Scrum, Kanban, crystal, etc. Each of these approaches in Agile has their own qualities but they all have common elements like iterative development and continuous collaboration with the client. All Agile …

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