Definitions for "Control flow"
(ISO) In programming languages, an abstraction of all possible paths that an execution sequence may take through a program.
a Boolean value that affects whether a process is executed
Control flow represents the relationship between actions in a sequence as well as between input and output objects, shown with messages attached to associations or as solid arrows between activity symbols.
The conditional and iterative statements that control the behavior of a module. These statements evaluate variables (counters, flags, and tokens) to control the operation of different sections of a behavioral description.
Keywords:  previous, node, edge, finished, starts
an edge that starts an activity node after the previous one is finished
a signal that carries out a command or indicates that something has occurred