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Figures from Chapter 13 State History Diagrams. Dirk Draheim, Gerald Weber Form-Oriented Analysis Springer, October 2004. Fig.13.2. A formchart is derived from the semantic framework. formchartframework. shdframework. pageServer. ClientPage. ServerAction. StartState. ServerPage.

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Figures from chapter 13 state history diagrams

Figures from Chapter 13State History Diagrams

Dirk Draheim, Gerald Weber

Form-Oriented Analysis

Springer, October 2004.


Fig 13 2 a formchart is derived from the semantic framework

Fig.13.2.A formchart is derived from the semantic framework

formchartframework

shdframework

pageServer

ClientPage

ServerAction

StartState

ServerPage

Category

WelcomeLink

Welcome

ViewCategory

Springer Verlag 2004


Fig 13 3 the object net over a formchart is a path

Fig.13.3.The object net over a formchart is a path

WelcomeLink

Welcome

Category

ViewCategory

singleInstance:CurrentEnd

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Fig 13 4 a login subdialogue as uml state machine

Fig.13.4.A login subdialogue as UML state machine

submit

[valid password]

Welcome

Login

submit

[invalid password]

Springer Verlag 2004


Fig 13 6 example of path expressions

Fig.13.6.Example of path expressions

x

v

y

A

B

C

D

w

z

B’

duplicate

x

v

y

aA:A

aB1:B

aC1:C

aC1:C

aC1:C

v

y

aB2:B

aC2:C

aC2:C

aC2:C

aC2:C

w

y

result bag

aB’:B’

aC3:C

w

z

Springer Verlag 2004


Fig 13 7 uml tree definition

Fig.13.7.UML tree definition

parent

<<singleton>>

Root

1

{xor}

1..*

1..*

Node

parent

1

Leaf

InnerNode

Springer Verlag 2004


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