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Business Process Diagrams

 
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What is the Equivalent Diagram in UML for Business Process Diagram
Can We can do it by class diagram and Use Cases. But how can we show decisions in process which is at very high level.
I think Activity diagram is at very low level.
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Most (all?) of the diagrams in the UML have no particular "level". They should be drawn to communicate the important information for a particular use.
To show information flow, collaboration and responsibilities in a large organization, you should be able to use the same types of diagram as you would use for information flow, collaboration and responsibilities in a piece of code.
In what way do you think the available diagrams are not up to the job ? Can you give some specific examples for us to work on ?
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