Requirement Engineering for Software

Q.  What are the kinds of actors used in OOSE ?

a. Primary
b. Secondary
c. Ternary
d. Both Primary and Secondary


ANSWER: See Answer
 
A primary actor is one having a goal requiring the assistance of the system whereas, a secondary actor is one from which system needs assistance.There is no such thing as ternary actor in Software Engineering.
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