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Doubt in Factory Homes

 
Jose Luis Iturbide
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Hello Guys.

Sorry if this is a fool question, I'm not a native English speaker.

I have doubts about some pharagraps of my assignment, I consider that are not relevant but I don't want let them without clarification.

In "... has recently invested in a state of the art stock inventory and management system"
What does "a state of the art stock" means?
I suppose this system controls stock of components and additionally ... pieces of art?

I believe these are printing errors:
In the description of the 2nd UC "The Add Item to House Design Catalog use case" I think the "Catalog" word doesn't must be here.
In the description of the 4th UC "The Schedule Detailed Consultation Catalog use case" I think the "Catalog" word doesn't must be here.

Thanks in advance.


 
Rodrigo W Bonatto
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Browse http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/State_of_the_art

 
Paul Clapham
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And... just a minor thing... in English you can't say "doesn't must be". Instead you should say "must not be".
 
Jose Luis Iturbide
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"state of the art" I got it.

"doesn't & must" , sorry I'm learning.

Thanks for your help.

Regards
 
Prashant Purkar
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Hello Jose,

I guess those are printing errors. The tile of the UC doesn't have the word, but is in brief description.

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