State Transition Model parts - Use cases and Decision table

Q.  Which is/are parts of State Transition Model?
- Published on 03 Aug 15

a. The states that the software may occupy
b. The transition from one state to another
c. The event that cause a transition
d. The action that result from transition
e. All of the above

ANSWER: All of the above
 

    Discussion

  • Prajakta Pandit   -Posted on 29 Oct 15

    - A state transition model is used where some aspect of the system can be described in what is called a finite state machine.

    - The system can be in different finite number of states and the transitions from one state to another are determined by the rules of the machine. This is the model on which the system and the tests are based.

    - A state transition model has four basic parts :

      - The states that the software may occupy.
      - The transition from one state to another.
      - The event that causes a transition.
      - The action that results from transition.

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