The UML Diagrams are widely used by developers and software engineers for professionally design and development any bank system or Automated Teller Machine (ATM) system. You need a powerful software for their design? ConceptDraw DIAGRAM extended with ATM UML Diagrams Solution from the Software Development Area of ConceptDraw Solution Park suits the best for this goal.
Example 1. Bank System - UML Package Diagram
First of all, ATM UML Diagrams Solution offers 14 libraries containing 182 objects:
- Bank UML Activity Diagram
- Bank UML Class Diagram
- Bank UML Communication Diagram
- Bank UML Component Diagram
- Bank UML Composite Structure Diagram
- Bank UML Deployment Diagram
- Bank UML Interaction Overview Diagram
- Bank UML Object Diagram
- Bank UML Package Diagram
- Bank UML Profile Diagram
- Bank UML Sequence Diagram
- Bank UML State Machine Diagram
- Bank UML Timing Diagram
- Bank UML Use Case Diagram
Example 2. ATM UML Diagrams Solution in ConceptDraw STORE
Now you don't need to be an artist! ATM UML Diagrams Solution is also rich for the predesigned samples which are offered for ConceptDraw DIAGRAM users in ConceptDraw STORE. Use of any of them as the base or source of inspiration, and application of ready vector objects from the libraries will help you to get excellent result in mere minutes.
Example 3. Bank System - ATM Use Case Diagram
The samples you see on this page were created in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM software using the objects from the libraries of ATM UML Diagrams Solution and illustrate various ATM UML diagrams for the bank system. An experienced user spent 10-15 minutes creating each of them.
Use the ATM UML Diagrams Solution for ConceptDraw Solution Park to create your own UML Diagrams for the bank system fast and easy, and then effectively use them.
All source documents are vector graphic documents. They are available for reviewing, modifying, or converting to a variety of formats (PDF file, MS PowerPoint, MS Visio, and many other graphic formats) from the ConceptDraw STORE. The ATM UML Diagrams Solution is available for all ConceptDraw DIAGRAM users.
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Pyramid (triangle) diagrams are used to show some hierarchical data. Because to the pyramid form of diagram, each diagram slice has a different width. The width of each segment depends on its hierarchical level.
The current image illustrates the model of information system types. Most graphically the model can be represented as a three level pyramid. The first level shows a system of transaction processing It is concentrated on operational tasks. The second level is devoted to tactical solutions of the information system management. And at least, the third level addresses strategy and represents the executive information system. This three level pyramid sample is supplied with the ConceptDraw Pyramid Diagrams solution from Marketing area of ConceptDraw Solution Park.
Picture: Pyramid Diagram
ConceptDraw DIAGRAM is a powerful tool for business and technical diagramming.
Software Development area of ConceptDraw Solution Park provides 5 solutions:
Data Flow Diagrams, Entity-Relationship Diagram (ERD), Graphic User Interface, IDEFO Diagrams, Rapid UML.
Picture: Software Diagram Examples and Templates
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ConceptDraw DIAGRAM is a powerful network diagramming and vector drawing software that provides the Computer and Networks solution with wide set of ready-to-use predesigned vector stencils and examples to help you design the ATM Networks quick and easy.
Picture: ATM Network. Computer and Network Examples
UML Package Diagram illustrates the functionality of a software system.
ConceptDraw has 393 vector stencils in the 13 libraries that helps you to start using software for designing your own UML Diagrams. You can use the appropriate stencils of UML notation from UML Package library.
Picture: UML Package Diagram. Design Elements
UML Deployment Diagram depicts the physical deployment of artifacts on nodes (nodes are the existing hardware components, artifacts are the software components running on each node); and how the different pieces are connected.
Use ConceptDraw DIAGRAM with UML deployment diagram templates, samples and stencil library from Rapid UML solution to model the physical deployment of artifacts on nodes of your software system.
Picture: UML Deployment Diagram
Structured-systems analysis and design method uses data flow diagrams to represent the process of data flowing through a system. Talking about this might be useless without a proper example of DFD for online store (Data Flow Diagram). This DFD example shows all the distinctness that a diagram can bring into a scattered data structure.
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Picture: Example of DFD for Online Store (Data Flow Diagram)
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Picture: Flowchart Software
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Picture: Pyramid Diagram