What are the elements which are used in activity diagrams?

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Posted On: Feb 22, 2018

 

The significant elements which are used in activity diagrams are:

  • Activities - it indicates the action which has to be performed or had been performed in the system.
  • Transitions - they are represented by an arrow and used to indicate the floor that is occurring among the elements in the diagram.
  • Decision points - in the system the logical branching is highlighted by the decision points.
  • States - these are indicated in order to mention the milestones for the processing of activity diagrams and is shown by a rounded rectangle.

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