About UML collaboration diagrams

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A collaboration diagram represents a collaboration, which is a set of object roles related in a particular context, and an interaction, which is the set of messages exchanged among the objects to achieve an operation or result. It is an interaction diagram that shows, for one system event defined by one use case, how a group of objects collaborate with one another.

Unlike a sequence diagram, a collaboration diagram shows relationships among object roles and it does not express time as a separate dimension. Therefore, the messages in a collaboration diagram are numbered to indicate their sequence.

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