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Possible succeeding element(s) is/are Data object. Previous element(s) can be Data object. The cardinalities are 0 (incoming) and 0 (outgoing) respectively .
A data object is connected to a function by data flow connector, a straight line with an arrow in one direction. The arrow is at the end of the straight line, pointing towards the element to which the information is flowing. ,  Data objects which are neither written nor read, but carried around, are connected to a function by an undirected connector.  A function is associated with none or more data objects and a data object is associated with one or more functions. , 
Data objects illustrate input data that serves as the basis for a function or output data that is produced by the function. ,  A data object is not only data from databases, but can be any information from any source, digital or non-digital. 
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