Class Diagram for ATM System (UML)
Class diagrams are a type of structure diagram in Unified Modeling Language (UML) that show classes, their attributes, and the relationships between objects. They're especially useful for software developers when designing applications, in this case ones outlining ATM systems.
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UML Class Diagrams for an ATM System
ATMs are deceptively simple: there are many layers of security that a safe and effective ATM must pass through to prevent fraud and provide value for banking customers. The various human and inanimate parts of an ATM system are illustrated by this easy-to-read diagram—every class has its title, and the attributes are listed beneath. You can edit, save, and share this chart by opening the document and signing up for a free Lucidchart account.
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More Class Diagram Examples in Lucidchart
Create any type of UML diagram with Lucidchart's drag-and-drop interface! With a complete UML shape library, handy tutorials, and dozens of example UML diagrams, Lucidchart is the ideal diagramming solution for heavy-hitting technical charts. You can create activity diagrams, use case diagrams, and class diagrams for all kinds of systems, including ATM, library management, and login processes. Try the class diagram for ATM template above, or continue reading for additional class diagram examples.
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