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Feb
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comment Are exceptional/alternate scenarios use cases?
You say that extending is used to add additional end-goals to the base use-case. I might understand that for the second example, but in the first example (the error one) the extending use case does not add any end-goals, in fact it explicitly tells that the extended use case will not be completed. In any case should extending use case be considered appendix of the "real" use case and not use cases themselves, then?
Feb
25
revised Are exceptional/alternate scenarios use cases?
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25
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Feb
25
asked Are exceptional/alternate scenarios use cases?
Feb
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revised Is it possible to have these characteristics in a data structure?
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Jan
28
accepted Is it possible to have these characteristics in a data structure?
Jan
28
comment Is it possible to have these characteristics in a data structure?
@Snowman That doesn't fit the O(log(n)) deletion requirement
Jan
28
revised Is it possible to have these characteristics in a data structure?
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28
comment Is it possible to have these characteristics in a data structure?
How would you find the maximum in the bit vector in O(log(n))?
Jan
28
comment Is it possible to have these characteristics in a data structure?
It was recommended that this question is moved here. I didn't know about the website, and I agree.
Jan
28
asked Is it possible to have these characteristics in a data structure?
Jan
22
comment Is there a standard for use case specifications?
@RobertHarvey Yes, if you take the words out of context I guess you can create your own question and then your own answer. The same sentence begins with "is there some 'official' standard where to look up..." though.
Jan
22
comment Is there a standard for use case specifications?
@RobertHarvey The question asks whether or not there's a standard definition for such term in the context of software engineering. I'm not sure how another unofficial definition from you is helping. :/
Jan
22
asked Is there a standard for use case specifications?
Jan
15
comment Isn't the master branch just a surrogate of tagging in the gitflow model?
@HugoFerreira Oh I see.
Jan
15
comment Isn't the master branch just a surrogate of tagging in the gitflow model?
@HugoFerreira How so? If you were to simply remove master from the gitflow model, then the release branches would still be there and develop would still continue. And once release is joined back to develop, it can be tagged as the new version.
Jan
14
comment Where do bugfixes go in the git-flow model?
@BartvanIngenSchenau Are you recommending them to be feature-* branches? Can a fix on an erroneous behavior be seen as a feature?
Jan
14
accepted Do feature fixes need to be local only?
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14
revised Do feature fixes need to be local only?
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