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इस ट्यूटोरियल में यूज़ केस डायग्राम बनाना सीखें। दोनों शुरुआती और मध्यवर्ती यूएमएल डायग्रामर सिस्टम, अभिनेताओं, मामलों का उपयोग करने और संबंधों को शामिल करने और बढ़ाने पर सभी आवश्यक प्रशिक्षण और उदाहरण पाएंगे। यूएमएल यूज केस डायग्राम एक सिस्टम या एप्लिकेशन दिखाते हैं; फिर वे लोगों, संगठनों, या अन्य प्रणालियों को दिखाते हैं जो इसके साथ सहभागिता करते हैं; और अंत में, वे एक बुनियादी प्रवाह दिखाते हैं कि सिस्टम या एप्लिकेशन क्या करता है। यह ट्यूटोरियल यूज़ केस डायग्राम की चार मुख्य विशेषताओं की व्याख्या करता है: सिस्टम, अभिनेता, उपयोग के मामले और संबंध। एक प्रणाली वह है जो आप विकसित कर रहे हैं। यह एक वेबसाइट, एक सॉफ्टवेयर घटक, एक व्यावसायिक प्रक्रिया, एक ऐप या कई अन्य चीजें हो सकती हैं। आप एक आयत के साथ एक प्रणाली का प्रतिनिधित्व करते हैं। यूज़ केस डायग्राम का अगला पहलू अभिनेता हैं। एक अभिनेता कोई व्यक्ति या कुछ ऐसा होने जा रहा है जो किसी लक्ष्य को प्राप्त करने के लिए हमारे सिस्टम का उपयोग करता है, और उन्हें एक छड़ी की आकृति द्वारा दर्शाया जाता है। उपयोग के मामले ऐसे तत्व हैं जो वास्तव में यह वर्णन करना शुरू करते हैं कि सिस्टम क्या करता है। उन्हें अंडाकार आकार के साथ चित्रित किया गया है और वे एक ऐसी क्रिया का प्रतिनिधित्व करते हैं जो सिस्टम के भीतर किसी प्रकार का कार्य पूरा करती है। यूज़ केस डायग्राम में अंतिम तत्व संबंध हैं, जो दिखाते हैं कि अभिनेता और उपयोग के मामले एक दूसरे के साथ कैसे इंटरैक्ट करते हैं। विभिन्न प्रकार के संबंध हैं (जैसे संबद्धता, शामिल, विस्तार और सामान्यीकरण) जो विभिन्न प्रकार की रेखाओं और तीरों द्वारा दर्शाए जाते हैं। —— अधिक जानें और साइन अप करें:

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Dr. M. J. Renuka Perera
Dr. M. J. Renuka Perera
1 year ago

?

jel ly
jel ly
1 year ago

thank you because our teacher doesn't teach

Waseem Ahmed
Waseem Ahmed
1 year ago

11 Hours for my end term exam. You guys are saving me from failing. Thanks a lot!!!!!!!

Fizza Akram
Fizza Akram
1 year ago

very very helpful

Nucos 1
Nucos 1
1 year ago

Great work, thank you so much. Super clean explanation.

joël maranhão
joël maranhão
1 year ago

There may be an error with the diagram. Check Balance, Transfer Funds and Make Payment <<include>> Login right?

shahd mohammed
shahd mohammed
1 year ago

for checking balance and return funds , shouldn't we put include to login , because ech time we want to check balance we need to be logged in

rnjn mhta.
rnjn mhta.
1 year ago

best video on use case n use case diagram

Moustafa Alsayeh
Moustafa Alsayeh
1 year ago

Is there a playlist for all diagrams?

Gerardo Castellanos Palacios
Gerardo Castellanos Palacios
1 year ago

grasias

SmithyD86
SmithyD86
1 year ago

The only thing I'd add to great presentation is that your application being "Banking App" should be safe to say that it's owned by the bank, and so all actions happen within the banks infrastructure.

With that said the actor wouldn't be "Bank" it would "Time". Time being an actor used to set off an automated task any time it is scheduled or called upon.

If someone checks the Balance in an app the user for the bank will be Time. This is because system processes are waiting to be called, or are scheduled to be called.

I'm not sure what others think about this, and I don't actually think having an actor of "Bank" is incorrect per se, I've just never written like such!

Obviously the difference would be if you added in a "Request Support" use case from the customer then you would have a "Customer Support" actor on the opposite side, who would have a use case of something like.. "Manage Support".

If you use "Bank" then what is that actually signifying? Someone at the bank? Automated bank process? It's a bit ambiguous I think.

Hamsa
Hamsa
1 year ago

thanks so much ✨

Ali Kh
Ali Kh
1 year ago

???

Max Henderson
Max Henderson
1 year ago

I feel like I just got an engineering degree for free

Smitty
Smitty
1 year ago

Thank you I had a lecturer who couldn't bother with us most of the semester and didn't even show us a single use case diagram on the white board and guess what the exam is gonna have questions from 100% of the curriculum but we have knowledge gaps with the way our lecturer teaches I am very disappointed and I am very thankful that you and others are giving us this information for free!

Qwerty ytrewq
Qwerty ytrewq
1 year ago

Can someone explain why the bank cannot interact with the login? Aren't they provide the details if the user successfully log-on with correct credentials??

lovemax18
lovemax18
1 year ago

I think display login error and verify password is not a use case. It's a step within a use case. We can explain those steps on activity diagram or sequence diagram. Unless there are some steps to display login error maybe it would make sense to make it as a use case

Ricus ATI
Ricus ATI
1 year ago

Thank you for the course. It is really interesting what you have taught. However, it should be noted that for small applications (like the example taken), it is very easy to structure the use case diagram. What about structuring large applications with up to 50 use cases?

Kewaan Ellahi
Kewaan Ellahi
1 year ago

v pretty

Antwaun Sanders
Antwaun Sanders
1 year ago

This was absolutely, 1000% helpful! Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU!!!!

Md.Hasan Sarder
Md.Hasan Sarder
1 year ago

love from Bangladesh

Nazel
Nazel
1 year ago

where can I download the UML software? the lucid chart in the website looks different from the video.

Crescens Tan
Crescens Tan
1 year ago

no you are wrong, "Sneeze" does not include "Close eyes", becasue when i sneeze, I open my eyes to assert dominance.

Muhammad Elmasry
Muhammad Elmasry
1 year ago

I paid 5k to learn , I could have just watched YouTube

Abu al-Zaghalil
Abu al-Zaghalil
1 year ago

متشكرين يمزه

Jaisankar Alagappan
Jaisankar Alagappan
1 year ago

Excellent tutorial , and it's very helpful.

Uriel Tzuberi
Uriel Tzuberi
1 year ago

Demmmm??

Jonathan Hill
Jonathan Hill
1 year ago

Very good video!!

RedEagle 07
RedEagle 07
1 year ago

A 4 year YT video still useful, tnx very much?

Anupriya Varshney
Anupriya Varshney
1 year ago

Amazing video

Rakshit
Rakshit
1 year ago

Thank you very much!

Kago Motlhabani
Kago Motlhabani
1 year ago

This was so helpful! Thank you!

Abdullah
Abdullah
1 year ago

Did Lucidchard remove actors for free plan? I can't see the person shape.

Rafael Posch
Rafael Posch
1 year ago

Ich liebe Sie.

Mayur Kapadnis
Mayur Kapadnis
1 year ago

Excellent explanation ?

Lovely Grace
Lovely Grace
1 year ago

Mam, you are so beautiful!

Esmail keabanni
Esmail keabanni
1 year ago

thank you so much

Anh Tai Bui
Anh Tai Bui
1 year ago

I love this video

Danial Rajabi
Danial Rajabi
1 year ago

one of the best tutorial I haver seen. Thank you a lot

Edonn Paduga
Edonn Paduga
1 year ago

great lesson, thanks!

Faruk Nasir
Faruk Nasir
1 year ago

Chloe for president!!!!

Vishal Jhaveri
Vishal Jhaveri
1 year ago

Nice video. Thank you so much. Grateful to you:)

agyeirichmond owusu
agyeirichmond owusu
1 year ago

Thanks Mrs. I really like how to explained the "<< include >>" and "<< extends >>"

Felix Doyon
Felix Doyon
1 year ago

Merci ! Domingo n'étais pas capable de l'expliquer aussi clairement

Nels' Officiel
Nels' Officiel
1 year ago

That was an incredible presentation! Thank you…

Manuel Ordoñes
Manuel Ordoñes
1 year ago

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