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Behavioral Modeling With UML Interactions and Statecharts

Authored on: Jun 5, 2006 by Bruce Powel Douglass

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Developers of real-time and embedded systems are concerned with the proper and accurate specification of how a system works as well as ensuring that the behavior is properly and accurately implemented. For interactions, the UML provides two notations representing a common underlying semantic base—sequence diagrams and collaboration diagrams. Of these, sequence diagrams are by far the most commonly used because they emphasis the sequence of messages among a set of interacting elements.

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