Friday 29 January 2016

Rhapsody Tip #6 - Using a guard-based STM pattern (Advanced)

Occasionally, I want to share some advanced tips and ideas. Sometimes in real-time systems development it can help to capture more continuous behavior in an STM, particularly in automotive. This 2 minute advanced video contrasts two executable MBSE state machines drawn in Rhapsody.

The first State Machine uses a conventional Harel Statechart where the transitions are triggered by asynchronous events. The second shows a different pattern that only uses [guard] conditions to trigger transitions. It shows how a parallel region in Rhapsody can be used to trigger the null-triggered transitions in other parallel regions.

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