Where used: Event Diagram Model

hasTerminationEvent / isTerminationEventFor

Event Diagram hasTerminationEvent Event Type

Event Type isTerminationEventFor Event Diagram

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A termination event of an event diagram means "the event diagram has
finished".  The term "termination" is used, because an instance of an
operation is terminated when the event diagram is finished.  It is
notated in OOIE with a bull-eye preceding it.  The creation event does
not contain any information about what will happen after the event
diagram is finished, only that it has finished with certain values of
its output variables.  Trigger rules that finish an event diagram are
notated in OOIE as arrows pointing to a bulleye node preceding the
termination event.

An event diagram can terminate itself whenever it likes, or never in
the case of processes that do not end.

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