OMG and UML

Role of Use Case Narratives in the UML

Survey on the Role of Use Case Narratives in the UML

The Object Management Group (OMG) proudly supports and endorses this survey.

This survey is part of a larger research project on the impact of the UML on systems development. The research is being conducted by Professors Brian Dobing (brian.dobing@uleth.ca) and Jeffrey Parsons (jeffreyp@mun.ca). The goal is to understand how the UML is being used in systems development projects and to contribute to the evolution of the UML. The information you provide may be summarized and interpreted for presentation at academic and user conferences, and in appropriate trade magazines and journals, and for OMG members.

If you are interested, some of our previous UML results have been published in the Communications of the ACM. This paper is available as a free download from ACM Queue at: http://www.acmqueue.org/modules.php?name=Content&pa=showpage&pid=461

We are not offering any reward for completing the survey, but you can obtain a copy of the results by providing your email address at the end of the survey or by writing to Brian Dobing directly at brian.dobing@uleth.ca.

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The proposal for this research has been approved by the Human Subject Research Committee at the University of Lethbridge and by the Interdisciplinary Committee on Ethics in Human Research at Memorial University of Newfoundland. If you have ethical concerns or other questions about the research (such as the way you have been treated or your rights as a participant), you may contact either the Office of Research Services, University of Lethbridge (research.services@uleth.ca) or the Chairperson of ICEHR at icehr@mun.ca or by telephone at 709-737-8368.

Clicking the Enter Survey button below means that you have consented to share your opinions and ideas on the UML and Use Case Narratives with us. If at any point you wish to withdraw and not have your data included in our study, simply indicate this in any Comment Box.

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