[erlang-questions] UML or other modeling tools

Geoffrey Biggs <>
Fri Jan 14 01:46:09 CET 2011

On 09/01/11 23:06, Ulf Wiger wrote:
> - The things most interesting to model in an Erlang program are the 
>   state machines and the interaction between processes, but UML 
>   state machines have very complex - and most importantly, *different*
>   - semantics, making it quite probable that the design becomes subject
>   to compromises forced by the modeling tool, rather than reflecting the
>   power of the programming language.

I wonder if you could expand on what these differences are. As a novice
at both UML and Erlang, I don't want to fall into any traps caused by
making false assumptions.


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