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The Unified Modeling Language is the industry standard for modeling software-intensive systems.

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necessarily order it. I've written a blog post about that, explaining the difference between the "include" and "extend" attributes of uml here: http://blog.js-development.com/2009/03/uml-use-case … % correct. Moreover, personally I wouldn't introduce such constraints at the level of uml use case diagrams. Maybee later when detailing the use case you can add pre-/and postconditions where you then …
answered Oct 21 '11 by Juri