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use case

An action that takes place between two entities, typically between the user and the computer. A use case may also be an event that takes place between two computers. See use case analysis.
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Hosted at the firm's offices, the session will use case studies and interactive discussion groups to address the rights of those covered by the regulations and the liabilities for temporary work agencies and hirers.
This article addresses how faculty from Biology and Geography use case studies and they share two critical incident stories (mini-cases) that they have written and use in their classes.
While no firm conclusion can be drawn from this drop-off, it is plausible to suggest that since 36% of the respondents are in organizations that use CASE, the difference in the rates of individual use of CASE is a function of the coincidence of who within the organization received the survey instrument.
One effective way to do this is to use case studies to instruct environmental managers in the kinds of situations they may face (Stem, 2000).