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The amount of detail and the type of information shown at each stage depends on what the model will be used for. In the early stages where the main purpose is to communicate with the user, no information is included that relates to the detailed design or implementation of the system. Later on technical details relating, for example, to the design of the user interface, are added for the information of the programmer. It is important to realize that although the use case model divides and structures the system, this structure is not used as a basis for the design of the new software s y s t e m - that is provided by the class diagram (see Chapter 5).

3 Questionnaire for Wheels customer survey 29 30 A STUDENTGUIDETO OBJECT-ORIENTEDDEVELOPMENT 9 A customer, Steve Chen, arrives at the shop with a bike to return 9 Annie contacts the mechanics to ask for someone to come and check the bike 9 Annie gets the bike number, looks out the relevant bike card and checks Steve~ name and address 9 Annie makes sure that the bike being returned is the one on the card 9 She confirms that the bike is being returned on time by checking the return date against the current date 9 One of the mechanics checks the bike and confirms that it has been returned in good condition 9 Annie returns Steve~ deposit.

2). Communication associations tell us w h i c h actors are associated w i t h w h i c h use cases. Each actor may be associated w i t h m a n y use cases and each use case may be associated w i t h m a n y actors. Include. Two other t y p e s of relationship may be used on a use case d i a g r a m - <> and <>. Both > and <> are relationships b e t w e e n use cases. An > relationship is useful w h e n you find you have a c h u n k of behaviour that is c o m m o n to several use cases.

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