Step 3: Assign Your Requirements to Components and Interfaces

  • Martin L. Shoemaker


With the KMS case study, I’ve been so far focusing on requirements. In Chapter 6, we worked through Step 1 of Five-Step UML, documenting the requirements for the KMS as Use Case Diagrams. In Chapter 7, we delved into more detail on just one of those Use Cases during Step 2 of the process, refining the requirements by looking at the different possible scenarios and documenting them in the form of Activity Diagrams.


Video Stream Functional Requirement User Requirement Activity Diagram Bridge Model 
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