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30 August, 2006
Information System Design IT60105, Autumn 2006
Information System Design
IT60105
Lecture 09
Activity Diagrams
30 August, 2006
Information System Design IT60105, Autumn 2006
Lecture #09

\u2022What is an activity diagram?
\u2022Example: Student Enrollment in IIT (SEIIT)
\u2022Activity diagram for a use case in SEIIT
\u2022Basic components in an activity diagram and their notations
\u2022Managing the large activity diagram: Swim Lane

\u2022Activity diagram vs. Flow chart
30 August, 2006
Information System Design IT60105, Autumn 2006
What is an Activity Diagram?
\u2022Activity diagrams represent the dynamic (behavioral) view of a system

\u2022Activity diagrams are typically used for business (transaction) process modeling and modeling the logic captured by a single use-case or usage scenario

\u2022Activity diagram is used to represent the flow across use cases or to
represent flow within a particular use case
\u2022UML activity diagrams are the object oriented equivalent of flow chart and
data flow diagrams in function-oriented design approach
\u2022Activity diagram contains activities, transitions between activities, decision
points, synchronization bars, swim lanes and many more\u2026

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