Timing Diagram

A Timing diagram defines the behavior of different objects within a time-scale. It provides a visual representation of objects changing state and interacting over time. You can use it to:

Define hardware-driven or embedded software components; for example, those used in a fuel injection system or a microwave controller
Specify time-driven business processes

Example Diagram     Example Timing Diagram

Tools    

Select Timing diagram elements and connectors from the Timing pages of the Toolbox. Click on the elements and connectors below for more information.

Timing Diagram Elements

Timing Diagram Message

e_StateLifeLine

 

c_Message

e_ValueLifeLine

 

 

e_MessageLabel

 

 

e_MessageEndpoint

 

 

e_DiagramGate

 

 

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