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Uncovering Requirements With UML Class Diagrams Part 1

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UML Class Diagrams can be used not only for documenting software design, but for documenting software requirements. One of the challenges in writing clear, unambiguous requirements is being precise about what a particular word means. This is especially true with symbolic terms like “quote” or “customer” – where everyone knows what they mean – but they mean different things to different people.

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