state transition diagram


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state transition diagram

A diagram consisting of circles to represent states and directed line segments to represent transitions between the states. One or more actions (outputs) may be associated with each transition. The diagram represents a finite state machine.
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Then the structure and the state transition diagram of C are as in Figs.
be a state of the state transition diagram of the state transition matrix T of C.
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1992] recommend the use of a state transition diagram.
Object behavior is specified by a state transition diagram, for which Booch uses a statechart-like notation (Section 3.
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Complicated trigger conditions can be graphically configured with state transition diagrams.
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