Figure B.2 shows an example of a state machine where “State6” is a sub-state-machine. This means, that when the overall state machine is in State6, this state can be distinguished to be in the sub-states “State7” or “State8”. Sub-state-machines can be nested, that is, “State7” could be another sub-state-machine.


Figure B.2 – Example of a state machine having a sub-machine