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1. Many people (Clemens Szyperski in , for example) say that a component should not have any persistent state, so in particular its state diagram should have just one state. Why is this?
2. Redraw Figure 11.7 to show an activity when the librarian stamps a borrowed book. Should this be concurrent with an existing activity?