A state does not allows nesting to contain substates in UML state diagram. FalseView Answer
Communication protocols for example TCP, UDP can be easily and clearly understood with a state machine diagram. TrueView Answer
State machine are applied to model the behavior of a complex reactive object in response to events. TrueView Answer
Process control, device control, protocol handlers, and telecommunication domains often have many state-dependent objects. TrueView Answer
In business information systems there are few complex state-dependent classes. Hence it is seldom helpful to apply state machine modeling. TrueView Answer
A state-dependent objects react differently to events depending on their state or mode.
A state-independent object always responds the same way to an event. TrueView Answer
A state machine diagram describes the life cycle of an object either simple or complex levels of detail, depending on our needs. TrueView Answer
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