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Brief explanation of all elements in activity diagrams

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Elements in activity diagrams - April 09, 2009 at 14:00 PM by Vidya Sagar

Brief explanation of all elements in activity diagrams

  • Activities: An activity indicates an action that performed in the system.
  • Transitions: Transitions are represented by open arrow heads. Transitions are used to indicate the flow among elements in the diagram.
  • Decision Points: The logical branching is depicted by the decision points.
  • States: A state is shown in a rounded rectangle. States are indicated to mention the mile stones of processing in the activity diagrams.



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