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Without a doubt, it is difficult to find the right amount of detail in the modeling of business systems. If almost all the activities of an actor in a business use case are combined, the use case diagram will lose practically all of its significance. If the activities are itemized too thoroughly, the use case diagram gets too complex and contains too many activities with interrelationships that are hardly recognizable.

Fortunately, some criteria will help you determine the optimal scope of a business use case. For this purpose, ask yourself the following questions:

Does the business use case consist of a behaviourally related sequence of interactions that belong together (an interaction sequence)? Items that are included in a business use case have to be directly related. Issuing a boarding pass and searching for lost luggage are not related at all. Business use cases that violate this criterion have to be divided. This prevents the occurrence of oversized business use cases.
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