Component Diagram for Library Management System (UML)
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Component Diagram for a Library Management System
Library systems were some of the first systems in the world to become widely run by computer. Today, many of them are managed in the cloud by third-party services, rather than internally. Though the words “library system” typically call to mind a way to monitor printed books, library systems today organize all kinds of data that is checked in and checked out by users. These transactions create a network of relationships between the components of the library system. Understanding how these relationships work is essential to understanding the overall system. Examine the UML diagram below for a quick, readable summary of various relations between components in the library system. This diagram can also be used as a personalized template for yourself or your team.
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Component Diagram Examples in Lucidchart
If you'd like to peruse more diagrams, feel free to explore the Lucidchart community: a place for anyone to publish their diagrams for convenient public sharing and review. You can browse the community to find diagrams for all types of systems and processes, from educational to business. Don't forget to check out the adaptable UML templates—including the component diagram templates below—which act as a great starting point for UML diagrams.
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It’s easy to export and import component diagrams like this one for a hospital management system, because Lucidchart is integrated with Visio, Google Drive, Microsoft Word, Jive, and Atlassian products like JIRA and Confluence.
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