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Peer Response #1
Hello, Justin
I am hoping that you are having a great week. Great job on your post this week. You pass across
great points that I totally conquer with concerning case diagrams. First of all, I could not agree
with you more on the fact that even non-technical users have become important contributors to
the evolving SDLC methodologies. You have also mentioned things to do with accuracy and cost
of the same. I personally believe that case diagrams make it easier for management to understand
the proposed system. It is difficult for the management to read the entire description of the
system due to time constraints, but by viewing the case diagrams, they become motivated to
understand the proposed system. Case diagrams also outline the boundaries associated with the
system normally represented by a blue background. I really liked how you have advocated for
the use of case diagrams instead of agile methods when designing systems. This goes hand in
hand with my research. I came to realize that unlike agile methods, case diagrams are easy to
model and the relationship between the actors easily seen even by top management with less
knowledge of programming. Again, great job on your post this week and keep up with the good
work. Cheers!
Peer Response #2
Hello, Linzy
Great job on your post this week. I must admit that I really enjoyed reading it. I could not agree
with you more on the fact that the use of case diagrams can help us understand how one process
moves to the next. It is indeed very true that words can sometimes get lost in translation and we
need a visual representation of ideas and thoughts. In fact, I personally believe that the use of
case diagrams makes things easier and understandable while at the same time saves time. I like
how you use the analogy of ancient Egypt to delineate their origin and how they have been used
for communication. I believe that case diagrams can really help in passing information especially
among people who do not speak the same language or among people who do not like reading.
Just as you have pointed out, case diagrams indeed make it easier for management or a person to
understand any proposed system. It is sometimes difficult for them to read the entire description
of the system due to time constraints, but by viewing the case diagrams, they become motivated
to understand the proposed system. According to you, do you think we can have any other
alternative form of easier communication apart from the use of case diagrams? Again, great post
this week and looking forward to your feedback. Cheers!

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