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<org.eclipse.epf.uma:ContentDescription xmi:version="2.0" xmlns:xmi="" xmlns:org.eclipse.epf.uma="" xmi:id="_2wY3MBT9EdqrUt4zetC1gg" name="checklist,_2vVuUBT9EdqrUt4zetC1gg" guid="_2wY3MBT9EdqrUt4zetC1gg" changeDate="2005-10-21T19:21:29.297-0700">
In UMA, a Content Element has at most one Checklist. Checklists, are useful in a number of contexts: they help you
decide what to do, they help doing it, they help&amp;nbsp;assess the quality of the work, and they help understand how a
particular Work Product relates to the rest of the process.&lt;!--EndFragment--&gt;
Work products typically have an associated Checklist which present information on how to develop, evaluate and
use&amp;nbsp;them .