Relationships in use case diagram

Relationships in use case diagram A use case diagram is a graphical representation of the requirement. It shows the interaction between the actor (living thing or non-living thing) and the system. Following are the basic notation used in the use case diagram: System Boundary: A rectangle used to show the system boundary. …

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Do’s and Dont’s of a Business Analyst

Delete the word no from your memory. you can never say no the client. Client cannot be right always but that doesn’t mean you need to argue with the client, for that consult your SME or Project Manager. You should always include your Project Manager in your mails and keep …

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Requirement Management

Requirement Management What is requirement? Definition:- Requirement management is the process of capturing, assessing and justifying stake holder needs. Purpose of requirement management:-  The main purpose of requirement is to ensure that the organization meets all the need of the stakeholder.  In order to meet the requirements we …

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Root cause analysis..?

Root Cause Analysis Root cause analysis is a technique that is used to describe about the problem ,which client or customer is facing. This problem which leads to the customer or client will interrupt the business or an delivering an particular software. Describe the Issue:- This is important to know …

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Activity Diagram

Activity Diagram What is an Activity Diagram? Activity Diagram is on of the UML diagrams for modeling the dynamic aspects of the system. Activity diagram is drawn only from the system perspective. It is type of flow chat where the flow of control is from one activity to the other. …

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Use Case Diagram

Use Case Diagram   What is use case Diagram ? Use Case Diagrams (UCD) is a high level diagram. It can be used to describe the functionality of the System and represents only the positive flow. It describes how the external interfaces will interact with the proposed IT system. Use …

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Requirement management process

Requirement management process   What is a Requirement?   A Requirement is a need of a client. It is a defined capability to which the results of certain work should meet. Throughout  the lifecycles of project a requirement can be generated at any point of time by various stakeholders like …

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Stakeholder Analysis:

Any person, group or organization who is directly or indirectly effected or impacted by the proposed actions or activities. The aim of the stakeholder analysis is to identify the stakeholders and assess how they are likely to be impacted by the proposed project. It also helps to develop cooperation between …

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Elicitation Techniques:

Elicitation is such that it is both extremely simple and extremely complex. Effective requirements elicitation is an area that is critical to the success of projects. Ironically, it is a process often overlooked by many analysts An elicitation technique is collection of data, which is used in counselling, education, knowledge …

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Requirement Classifications:

A requirement is the need of the client. This need will transform into a solution while taking various shapes as it progresses from each stage of project life cycle. There are many types of requirements. Although most of the requirements are raised at the start of the project, it is …

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