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While in waterfall-like processes changes are expected to happen mostly after the main development has finished, agile approaches have incorporated response to changes into the main development itself, which raises the importance of the ability to respond to changes effectively to a sine qua non. Changes are specified from the perspective of how users actually use systems, i.e., usage scenarios, which does not correspond to a common object-oriented code modularization. In their complete form,doi:10.15439/2017f343 dblp:conf/fedcsis/BystrickyV17 fatcat:7ee3fdapnrcorpjyndtco6myem