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Use Case View

Use Case Analysis is a technique to capture business process from user’s perspective.

Encompasses the behavior as seen by users, analysts and testers.

Specifies forces that shape the architecture.

Static aspects in use case diagrams; Dynamic aspects in interaction (statechart and activity) diagrams.

Design View

Encompasses classes, interfaces, and collaborations that define the vocabulary of a system.

Supports functional requirements of the system.

Static aspects in class and object diagrams; Dynamic aspects in interaction diagrams.

Process View

Encompasses the threads and processes defining concurrency and synchronization.

Addresses performance, scalability, and throughput.

Static and dynamic aspects captured as in design view; emphasis on active classes.

Implementation View

Encompasses components and files used to assemble and release a physical system.

Addresses configuration management.

Static aspects in component diagrams; Dynamic aspects in interaction diagrams.

Deployment View

Encompasses the nodes that form the system hardware topology.

Addresses distribution, delivery, and installation.

Static aspects in deployment diagrams; Dynamic aspects in interaction diagrams.

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