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.

Use To:

  • to define hardware-driven or embedded software components; for example, those used in a fuel injection system or a microwave controller.
  • to 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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