4 good questions on "State Machine Processing - States and Pseudostates"
a Final State.
- A real state (not a pseudostate), this node indicates that no more events will be accepted by this state machine and no more change of states will occur
- There can be 0..* Final states.
- Reaching a final state indicates a completion event at the next higher level
- Higher grades + faster learning
- Never study anything twice
- 100% sure, 100% understanding