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In: Computing and Informatics, vol. 29, no. 1
L. Olek - M. Ochodek - J. Nawrocki

Enhancing Use Cases with Screen Designs. A Comparison of Two Approaches

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Year, pages: 2010, 3 - 25
Keywords: Use cases, GUI design, prototyping, screenspec

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This paper presents a language called ScreenSpec that can be used to quickly specify screens during the requirements elicitation phase. Experiments and case studies presented in this paper show that it is easy to learn and effective to use. ScreenSpec was successfully applied in 9 real projects. Visual representation generated from ScreenSpec can be attached to requirements specification (e.g. as adornments to use cases).

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Olek, L., Ochodek, M., Nawrocki, J. 2010. Enhancing Use Cases with Screen Designs. A Comparison of Two Approaches. In Computing and Informatics, vol. 29, no.1, pp. 3-25. 1335-9150.

APA:
Olek, L., Ochodek, M., Nawrocki, J. (2010). Enhancing Use Cases with Screen Designs. A Comparison of Two Approaches. Computing and Informatics, 29(1), 3-25. 1335-9150.