Component Diagram for ATM System (UML)
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Component Diagram for an ATM System
A component diagram shows how several components in a given system are related to each other. It is similar to a class diagram in that you can use it to illustrate how items are linked to each other, but it can show more complex and varied connections than most class diagrams can. In the diagram below, each component is enclosed in a small box. The dotted lines with arrows show how some components are dependent on others. For example, the card reader, web page, client desktop, and ATM system are all dependent on the bank database. The dotted lines with circles at the end, known as “lollipop” symbols, indicate a realization relationship.
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Component Diagram Examples in Lucidchart
If you're looking for inspiration, try visiting the Lucidchart community. We off plenty of useful examples—see for yourself by visiting the links below for UML diagrams on library management, online shopping, and hospital management. Component diagrams are often used to explain systems in conjunction with other diagrams, such as sequence diagrams and activity diagrams. For your convenience, Lucidchart has published templates for these types of diagrams as well, for the same management interfaces. When you've found a template that you like, make it your own!
Component diagram for hospital management system example
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Component diagram for online shopping system example
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Component diagram for library management system example
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