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Statechart Notation - Exercise

Review the statechart notation

Build a statechart

Objective Apply the process of deriving a statechart from multiple sequence diagrams. Exercise scoring Full credit is 10 points. You will receive 1 point for each state correctly defined and 1 point for each event corectly defined up to 10 points. Instructions Continue the process that was started in the lesson. To complete the exercise, identify each of the states of the ShowSeat and label the events that cause the transitions between the states.
For each source sequence diagram:
  1. Identify the states.
  2. Identify the events that trigger the transition between states.
  3. Draw the statechart diagram.
  4. Merge the new diagram with the previous diagrams to form a single statechart for the ShowSeat.
From the download file you opened, use the following source sequence diagrams:
  1. exercisesourceimage1.gif
  2. exercisesourceimage2.gif
  3. exercisesourceimage3.gif
  4. exercisesourceimage4.gif
  5. exercisesourceimage5.gif
Submitting your exercise To submit the exercise to the tutors, follow the steps below: Step 1
  1. Launch your email program and address an email to ood2_tutor@digitalthink.com.
  2. Include your return email address if it is not already present.
  3. In the Subject field, type OOD--Course Project, part 5--Exercise Title --your student ID. This is very important! Without this specific text in the Subject field, your tutors may not be able to match the exercise to the person who created it.
  4. Attach your file. Make sure your file is named cp06p05.gif. Each email program has a slightly different way of attaching files. Please check your program's documentation for full instructions.
Step 2 In the text area below, type Course project, part 5--your student ID. In addition, you can include any questions or comments you have about the exercise. When you're ready to submit the exercise, click the OK, I'm Done button. This will alert the tutors that you have emailed your exercise submission. If you have trouble, you should send an email to the course tutors and ask for guidance.