Evaluating the domain model, Project Management

o Is the domain model a complete representation of the relevant objects in the problem domain?

o Are associations between problem domain objects captured?

o Are specialization/generalization relationships captured?

o Are part/whole and aggregations relationships captured?

o Are the relationships between objects correct?

o Are object states and behaviours captured and correct?

o Are domain object responsibilities clear, and cohesive?

o Do domain object attributes and operations support the functionality specified by the use case model?

o Does the domain model conform to UML standards?

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