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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. Typically an actor is someone who inputs information to the system or receives information from it (or both). USE CASES USE CASE RELATIONSHIPS: COMMUNICATION ASSOCIATIONI INCLUDE AND EXTEND More precisely, an actor represents a particular way of using the system; a way of interacting with the system to achieve a use case goal. It is often referred to as the role someone plays in the use case.

E. from 'Print receipt' to 'Handle bike return'. There seems to be no particular reason for this change of direction, it~ just the rule. z o). ss ,''~~'--'-~j I <~extend>>', Receptionist . -'~dnclude>~ | s" .... Figure 3. include>~ Extract from the Wheels use case diagram showing the r162 relationship between "Issue bike" and "Maintain customer list" > because we will not always add a new customer, or edit customer details as part of issuing a bike. e. the core functionality is specified in the base use case and the additional or exceptional behaviour in the extending use case.

Each actor may be associated w i t h m a n y use cases and each use case may be associated w i t h m a n y actors. Include. Two other t y p e s of relationship may be used on a use case d i a g r a m - <> and <>. Both > and <> are relationships b e t w e e n use cases. An > relationship is useful w h e n you find you have a c h u n k of behaviour that is c o m m o n to several use cases. Rather than repeat a description of that behaviour in several use case descriptions, the c o m m o n behaviour can be split off into a separate use case w h i c h is then linked to all relevant use cases w i t h an > relationship.

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