Red Hat
Oct 3, 2008
by Francesco Marchioni
What is a superstate ? a Superstate is a group of nodes.
Superstates are a convenient way to group nodes into related sets, denoting for instance phases in a process. For example, one application could be to group all the nodes of a process in phases. Actions can be associated with superstate events. A consequence is that a token can be in multiple nested nodes at a given time. This can be convenient to check wether a process execution is e.g. in the start-up phase.
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