In the field of software engineering or systems engineering, use cases are lists of steps representing actions or events, trying to define interactions between a role/actor and a system, to reach a particular goal. The actor mentioned previously could be a human, an external system, or time. Systems engineering leverage such use cases at a higher level than software engineering, often representing missions or stakeholder goals.
The detailed requirements are then captured by SysML or as contract based statements. Use case analysis was and is an important, valuable and reliable requirement analysis technique that has been widely used in modern software engineering since their formal introduction by Ivar Jacobson in 1992.
Due to its inherent, evolutionary and incremental approach to a problem, use case serves well in agile development. But if you are first time user, you will be gawking at what this is all about as it might sound too complex to even understand forget using a use case.
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