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5.1 Boundary / Actor Boundary

Actor boundaries indicate intentional boundaries of a particular actor. All of the elements within a boundary for an actor are explicitly desired by that actor. In order to achieve these elements, often an actor must depend on the intentions of other actors, represented by dependency links across actor boundaries. In turn, an actor is depended upon to satisfy certain elements, represented by a dependency link in the opposite direction.


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Created by samer. Last Modification: Thursday 01 of May, 2008 20:16:12 GMT-0000 by samer.