From: Les Munday (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun 19 Sep 2004 - 22:05:08 BST
________________________________________________ Get your own "800" number Voicemail, fax, email, and a lot more http://www.ureach.com/reg/tag ---- On Sun, 19 Sep 2004, Kinika Tasie-Amadi (email@example.com) wrote: > --- Andreia Melo <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > > Dear all, > > > > Is it possible to specify non-determinism in > > Statecharts? > > yes it is, if non-determinism is with respect to the > sequence of actions that a transition performs in > response to a particular event from a particular > state. > This sounds like a very clumsy way to indicate non-determinism. If I have a transition from state A to state B which causes the execution of several actions, I do not want to draw several transitions from A -> B indicating the various combinations of execution. (In this situation it is really unfeasible if the transition causes more than 2 actions to occur, anyway.) My answer would be, that the order in which the actions are listed is irrelavent. Any action could be executed first. This raises the question: 'How do I indicate an ordered sequence of actions on a transition?' Les.