use case
Noun

use case (plural use cases)

  1. (software engineering) A potential scenario in which a system receives an external request (such as user input) and responds to it; used in software design.
  2. (software engineering) A usage scenario for a piece of software; often used in the plural to suggest situations where a piece of software may be useful.
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