What is a Block Diagram?
A block diagram is a graphical representation of a system – it provides a functional view of a system. Block diagrams give us a better understanding of a system’s functions and help create interconnections within it. Block diagrams derive their name from the rectangular elements found in this type of diagram. They are used to describe hardware and software systems as well as to represent processes. Block diagrams are described and defined according to their function and structure as well as their relationship with other blocks.
A block diagram allows us to make detailed descriptions of systems,
their interfaces and other aspects of the system structure.
Defining the structure of your system is the first step in developing new software. But this structure must be made available to all those who are developing the software. The way in which teams continue to work on the results will determine whether the efforts put into the structure will bear fruit or not. The best thing to do would be to use a tool that can be used by your whole team and which provides everyone concerned with analyses and deliberations in real time.