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comment How to do this in Standard UML?
I am no UML expert, and don't doubt that there is notation for it, but in practical terms what value you will get out of it. For simple flows like the one above I can understand the notation - but then again for simple flows like that I would never draw a diagram, it feels like over documentation. For more complex flow, the split would create too many lines and remove the value of the diagram to explain a concept. Even in the simple basic guide ibm.com/developerworks/rational/library/3101.html it looks more complex that I would like. But perhaps it is just the way I would use it?
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