Disadvantages of use cases and scenarios

  • Poor identification of structure and flow
  • Geometric and temporal information hard to describe
  • Unsystematic craft
  • Time-consuming to generate
  • Limited software tool support
  • Handling unforeseen combinations of abnormal events
  • Require the co-existence of prototypes
  • Still poor integration with established methods
  • Difficult to generalise from scenarios – abstract use cases
  • Scenario management is difficult

Reference: Neil Maiden (2011) Requirements Engineering Lecture Notes

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