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By Carol Britton, Jill Doake

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Annie: Yes, usually they go with whatever Naresh says. He~ the head mechanic and he~ pretty clued up about bikes. We hardly ever get any of them coming back and complaining after the ride. SD: So what~ next? Annie: I get the bike~ n u m b e r - that~ stencilled onto the b i k e - and then I use that to look up the bike card. There~ a card for each bike and we keep them under the counter in this box. SD: Ok, and what order do you keep them in? REQUIREMENTS FOR THE WHEELS CASE STUDY SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS ELICITATION Annie: We keep them in the order of the bike numbers - it~ the only way r e a l l y - t h o u g h it does cause problems with queries.

The extract from the interview with Annie is fairly typical in that relevant information does not emerge in a structured, coherent order. From what Annie says, we can identify a n u m b e r of areas that seem to be causing problems. ' 9 The only way Annie can tell if a bike is in the shop and available for hire is by looking on the shop floor. 9 The bike cards are kept in number order, so Annie has to k n o w the bike number before she can find its card. 9 Wheels does not seem to keep any records of their customers' details or the bikes that they hired on previous occasions.

7). Preconditions. Some practitioners include a section for preconditions in the e x p a n d e d use case descriptions. e. the use case 'Maintain bike list' must have been executed. 8. 8 Expanded description of the "Issue bike" use case with preconditions Actors and actor descriptions Actors are external to the s y s t e m - they represent people or things that interact with the system and receive some benefit from it. Normally an actor is a user, but sometimes it is another system such as a banking or accounting system; an actor can also represent a hardware device such as a printer.

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