[erlang-questions] Hierarchical FSMs

Avinash Dhumane avinash@REDACTED
Sat Jun 18 15:55:20 CEST 2011

Both gen_fsm and plain_fsm appear to support only "flat", and not hierarchical, 

Maybe, the mental model of hierarchical FSMs has basic impedance mismatch with 
Erlang's view of the world - "everything is a process". 

I need to see "processes" rather than events and states of "objects" in the 
problem domain.

Thanks by all means!

From: Daniel Goertzen <dang@REDACTED>
To: Avinash Dhumane <avinash@REDACTED>
Cc: erlang-questions@REDACTED
Sent: Sat, 18 June, 2011 8:29:45 AM
Subject: Re: [erlang-questions] Hierarchical FSMs

Take a look at plain_fsm (not part of OTP).


On Fri, Jun 17, 2011 at 9:48 PM, Avinash Dhumane <avinash@REDACTED> wrote:

I'm new entrant in Erlang's world, and have read only Joe's thesis so far, and 
I'm not a programmer :-(
>How to realise (implement) FSMs organised as state (superstate, substate) and 
>event (superevent, subevent) hierarchies using gen_fsm? I see these hierarchies 
>in dynamic models of Rumbaugh OMT.
>Thoughts, or a quick example (code)?
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