L5 – Logical States

NAF v3: NOV-6b MODAF: OV-6b

TaxonomyStructureConnectivityProcessesStatesSequencesInformationConstraintsRoadmap
Logical
Specifications
L1
Node Types
NAV-2
AV-2
L2
Logical Scenario
NOV-2
OV-2
L3
Node Interactions
NOV-2, NOV-3
OV-2,OV-3
L4
Logical Activities
NOV-5
OV-5
L5
Logical States
NOV-6b
OV-6b
L6
Logical Sequence
NOV-6c
OV-6c
L7
Logical Data Model
NSV-11a
OV-7
L8
Logical Constraints
NOV-6a
OV-6a
Lr
Lines of Development
NPV-2
AcV-2

The L5 Logical States view describes how operational nodes or activities respond to various events by changing state. The view represents the sets of events to which the architecture will respond (by taking an action to move to a new state) as a function of its current state. Each transition specifies an event and an action.

Background

An L5 can be used to describe the detailed sequencing of activities or work flow in the business process. The L5 is particularly useful for describing critical sequencing of behaviours and timing of operational activities that cannot be adequately described in L4 – Logical Activities.

The L5 relates events and states. A change of state is called a transition. Actions may be associated with a given state or with the transition between states in response to stimuli (e.g. triggers and events).

Usage

Representation

Detailed View Description

Key Elements and Their Relationships

l5-hlmm

Meta-Model

The detailed meta-model for L5 can be viewed here

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