Instructions (including this line) are to be deleted when the template is filled out. They appear in italics in the formatted page, and in doubled apostrophes when editing.
The name of the wiki page should be the title of the use case; it will appear automatically at the beginning of the page. Use normal names (with spaces), not WikiNames. Please edit Use Cases and add a link to this use case if you have not already done so.
To define a keyword or concept, it's best to add an entry to the Glossary and then link to it from here.
This is one of the possible Use Cases.
Provide an abstract of the use case itself (in general terms), not a summary of what follows.
Originally proposed by: (use a WikiName if possible)
If based on existing document, project, system, etc., commercially or institutionally sanctioned or supported, then briefly describe that relationship
If based on perceived business or organizational need that is currently not addressed, then briefly describe potential commercial or institutional interest
Is any implementation effort underway?
3. Links to Related Use Cases
4. Relationship to OWL/RDF Compatibility
Explain relationship to OWL/RDF Compatiblity issues
5. Examples of Rule Platforms Supporting this Use Case
Example 1: explanation
Example n: explanation
6. Benefits of Interchange
List below some benefits of interchange in this use case, i.e. why interchange matters.
7. Requirements on the RIF
List requirements of this use case on the RIF.
8.1. Actors and their Goals
List the different parties who interact in this use case, along with their goals. They should be named with abstract role names, like "Buyer", "Seller", "Buyer's Agent", and "Government Agency".
Actor 1 - wants ...
Actor n - wants ...
8.2. Main Sequence
Provide the typical course of events, ordered as below in a sequence of steps.
First step of sequence
Last step of sequence
8.3. Alternate Sequences
Describe possible variations of the main sequence in separate subsections, assigning a title to each.
8.3.1. (Title of Alternate Sequence)
Describe the alternate sequence, referring to the steps in the main sequence above if convenient (to avoid repetition).
Describe possible scenarios illustrating the use case in separate subsections, assigning a title to each.
9.1. (Title of Narrative)
Describe an individual scenario. Samples rules and other test data may be optionally included.
Comments, issues, etc. Again, note that the wiki automatically keeps a revision history.