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A use case is a scenario, describing how an object or process (in the most general sense) might be used by the typical user.

Objects or processes (as used in the informal definition, extend software to the rest of the world to

We need the generalisation of those XP-derived terms to built a terminology for ExtremeOpenBusiness, where we speak of business processes and business objects. -- FridemarPache

(Note to people who enjoy inspiration from mathematical category theory: processes are morphisms between objects, called sources and targets)

It may be described informally, or may be described in a more formal language such as UML (, or category theory).

Use Cases Tutorial - http://www.parlezuml.com/tutorials/usecase/intro.htm

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