Activity Diagram

Last modified on April 2nd, 2018.


The 'Activity Diagram' is a behavior diagram showing flow in terms of actions, and inputs & outputs. An 'Activity Diagram' is similar to a traditional functional flow diagram. This diagram conforms to the NIST's 'SysML and UML 2 Support for Activity Modeling' definition for an 'Activity Diagram'.

Using Activity Diagrams

Function Description
Creating Activity Diagrams Using 'Diagrams View' in Innoslate, you can create a new 'Activity Diagram'.
Activity Diagram Constructs The 'Activity Diagram' supports six unique diagram constructs: an 'Entity,' a 'Fork/Join (Parallel),' a 'Decision (Or),' a 'Decision (Loop),' an 'Object Node,' and a 'Branch Actor.'
Adding an Entity An 'Entity' construct can be added to a 'Activity Diagram' via drag-and-drop.
Adding a Fork/Join (Parallel) A 'Fork/Join (Parallel)' construct can be added to a 'Activity Diagram' via drag-and-drop.
Adding a Decision (Or) A 'Decision (Or)' construct can be added to a 'Activity Diagram' via drag-and-drop.
Adding a Decision (Loop) A 'Decision (Loop)' construct can be added to a 'Activity Diagram' via drag-and-drop.
Adding an Object Node An 'Object Node' construct can be added to a 'Activity Diagram' via drag-and-drop.
Adding a Branch Actor A 'Branch Actor' construct can be added to a 'Activity Diagram' via drag-and-drop.
Removing a Construct A construct can be easily removed from an 'Activity Diagram.'
Simulating Activity Diagrams Within Innoslate, you can 'Simulate Action Diagrams.'

Activity Diagram

Last modified on April 2nd, 2018. 


The ‘Activity Diagram’ is a behavior diagram showing flow in terms of actions, and inputs & outputs. An ‘Activity Diagram’ is similar to a traditional functional flow diagram. This diagram conforms to the NIST’s ‘SysML and UML 2 Support for Activity Modeling’ definition for an ‘Activity Diagram’.

Using Activity Diagrams

Function Description
Creating Activity Diagrams Using ‘Diagrams View’ in Innoslate, you can create a new ‘Activity Diagram’.
Activity Diagram Constructs The ‘Activity Diagram’ supports six unique diagram constructs: an ‘Entity,’ a ‘Fork/Join (Parallel),’ a ‘Decision (Or),’ a ‘Decision (Loop),’ an ‘Object Node,’ and a ‘Branch Actor.’
Adding an Entity An ‘Entity’ construct can be added to a ‘Activity Diagram’ via drag-and-drop.
Adding a Fork/Join (Parallel) A ‘Fork/Join (Parallel)’ construct can be added to a ‘Activity Diagram’ via drag-and-drop.
Adding a Decision (Or) A ‘Decision (Or)’ construct can be added to a ‘Activity Diagram’ via drag-and-drop.
Adding a Decision (Loop) A ‘Decision (Loop)’ construct can be added to a ‘Activity Diagram’ via drag-and-drop.
Adding an Object Node An ‘Object Node’ construct can be added to a ‘Activity Diagram’ via drag-and-drop.
Adding a Branch Actor A ‘Branch Actor’ construct can be added to a ‘Activity Diagram’ via drag-and-drop.
Removing a Construct A construct can be easily removed from an ‘Activity Diagram.’
Simulating Activity Diagrams Within Innoslate, you can ‘Simulate Action Diagrams.’