use case

A use case is a specific scenario or interaction between actors (users or systems) and a software system.

A use case describes the desired behavior or functionality of the system, by outlining the steps and actions taken by the users or systems to achieve a particular goal.

Use cases are typically written in natural language and can be accompanied by diagrams or flowcharts to provide a clear understanding of the system's behavior.

Use cases play a crucial role in software development as they help communicate and document how the software should function from a user's perspective.

They capture the expected interactions, inputs, and outputs of the system, allowing developers, stakeholders, and designers to understand the software's behavior and requirements.

use cases help communicate concepts

Here are a few ways in which use cases help communicate concepts: