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New Post 3/25/2011 3:36 AM
User is offline ventodimare
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book with use cases/activity diagrams example 
Good morning, I have studied the babok 2 but I think it doesn't provide the necessary, real examples. I am looking for a book that has real examples solved (in terms of use cases, activity diagrams etc.) What I am looking for is not a book with the theory but with a lot of examples that show "how to translate a scenario" into a sequence of activity diagrams for example. Is there anything like that? Regards
 
New Post 3/25/2011 3:43 AM
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I have the BABOK version 2.0 as well. It doesnt explain things fully. It doest explain things practically hey. Do any of you guys know about BA related ebooks? We would appreciate receiving ebooks links. 

 
New Post 6/28/2011 12:53 PM
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Hi,

I have used the book "SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS" Microsoft 2nd edition by Karl E. Wiegers and it is in fact a very valuable tool covering a wide range of Requirements Analysis. it also has a good sample of a use case as well as other supporting documents.

 

Goodluck

CedarJ

 

 
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