Sequence Diagram for Railway Reservation System (UML)
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Sequence Diagram for Railway Reservation System
Railways have been around in some form or another since 6th century B.C., when the ancient Greeks used man-made wagonways to transport goods across rails carved into limestone. Today, the seats on train cars are typically managed by a computer reservation system (CRS), a technology that was designed to manage airline reservations. Gradually, it became the standard for most types of travel reservations. With the example below—sequence diagram for railway reservation system (UML)—you can see how the passenger, website, clerk, and ticket interact in related sequences. Feel free to click on the diagram to try it for yourself.
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Sequence Diagram Examples in Lucidchart
Sequence diagrams can capture a wide variety of systems and how they work over the passage of time. At Lucidchart, we provide free examples of sequence diagrams in UML for your convenience. You can study and edit diagrams for managing a hospital system, a hotel system, an ATM system, a library system, an online shopping system, an airline reservation system, and much more.
Sequence diagram for online shopping system example
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Sequence diagram for hospital management system example
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Sequence diagram for library management example
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