Sequence Diagram for a Hotel Management System (UML)
Sequence diagrams model sequences that occur over the flow of time. They use the Unified Modeling Language (UML) to present a quick view of each object's timeline.
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Sequence Diagram for Hotel Management System
Hotels are not easy to run. Whether the process is managed by a person or a computer, there are many factors that analyzers must consider when working on the system. Which rooms are occupied? Which are reserved and which are available? How and when will the guests be provided with food, cleaning services, and other hotel amenities? This interaction diagram gives an overview of how these elements interact with each other in sequential order. Each circle at the top represents a different entity in the system. Use this diagram to better understand how this and similar systems operate.
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