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According to the book Software Requirements (p 152): Recall that user stories are concise statements of user needs, in contrast to the richer description that a use case provides. In the agile world, a user story sometimes covers the same scope as an entire use case, but in other cases a user story represents just a single scenario or alternative ...


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There is a UML specification, published by the OMG, that defines use cases. See section 18 of UML 2.5. However, it's all very technical, and says very little about what use cases are for, or how to identify them.



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