In UML 1.x, an activity diagram is a variation of the UML State diagram in which the "states" represent activities, and the transitions represent the completion of those activities.
The starting point of the diagram is the initial node, and the activity final node is the ending. An activity diagram can have zero or more activity final nodes. In between activities are represented by rounded rectangles.
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