Complete modeΒΆ

The CIF 3 simulator calculates for each state the set of transitions that are possible from that state. It is up to the input component to choose one of those transitions, as the transition to take. Using the automatic input mode, it is possible to always choose the first transition that is possible.

In that situation, it is then a waste of resources to calculate the other possible transitions. Using the Complete mode option (Simulator category), it is possible to enable complete mode. If complete mode is enabled, the calculation of the possible transitions stops as soon as one possible transition is found.

The following values are available for the complete mode option:

Auto: disable if possible, enable otherwise
Automatically chooses whether to enable or disable complete mode. If it is allowed to disable complete mode, it will be disabled. Otherwise, complete mode will be enabled.
On: forced enabled
Enables complete mode. All possible transitions will be calculated.
Off: forced disabled
Disables complete mode. Only the first possible transitions will be calculated.

Currently, it is only allowed to disable complete mode, if the automatic input mode or SVG input mode is used, together with always choosing the first possible transition.