I am hearing lots of talk about workflow methods, process modeling and use cases. Are they all referring to the same thing, or are they distinct concepts? Allow me to clarify this confusion.
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Texel and Williams utilize Jacobson's highly-effective new Use Cases technique, which provides the basis for builds/releases, work allocation, progress monitoring, and other processes. Throughout the book, they present techniques for evolving current software design processes to an advanced, formal framework -- while minimizing disruption and maximizing payoff.
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