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UML Diagram of Parking

This sample was created in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM diagramming and vector drawing software using the UML Use Case Diagram library of the Rapid UML Solution from the Software Development area of ConceptDraw Solution Park.

This sample shows the Use Case Diagram of parking lot control system. On this sample you can see use cases represented as ovals and three actors represented as figures of persons that employ these use cases. Associations between actors and use cases are shown as lines.

This diagram can be used for understanding the process of working the car parking, at the projection and construction the parking by building companies and for automation the existing parkings.

UML Diagram of Parking *

Example 1. UML Diagram of Parking

Using the libraries of the Rapid UML Solution for ConceptDraw DIAGRAM you can create your own visual vector UML diagrams quick and easy.

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SDL Diagram →

Specification and Description Language (SDL) is used for creating the object-oriented diagrams, visualizing the processes of the state machines for the systems of communication, telecommunication, automotive, aviation and medical industries. SDL is a specification language for creating specifications, descriptions of the behavior, data, and inheritance for real-time systems. This sample shows the SDL Diagram of the process game.SDL Diagram *
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Multi Layer Venn Diagram. Venn Diagram Example →

To visualize the relationships between subsets of the universal set you can use Venn diagrams. To construct one, you should divide the plane into a number of cells using n figures. Each figure in the chart represents a single set of, and n is the number of represented sets. Splitting is done in a way that there is one and only one cell for any set of these figures, the points of which belong to all the figures from the set and do not belong to others. The plane on which the figures are represented, is the universal set U. Thus, the point which does not belong to any of the figures, belongs only to U.Multi Layer Venn Diagram. <br>Venn Diagram Example *
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Entity Relationship Diagram Symbols →

When we start to speak about databases, we must always mention database structure visualization. One of the most common ways to do it is to create an entity relationship diagram, and to put appropriate symbols on it. It is important either for database projecting and for its' future maintenance. Entity Relationship Diagram describes data elements and their relationships within a database. There are a set of special symbols that depict each element of an entity relationship diagram. Entities - represents some stable components such as supplier, employee, invoice, client, etc. Relation symbols show how the entities interact. Attributes define characteristics of the relationships. Attributes can be one-to-one or many-to-many. Physical symbols is used in the physical models. They represent items such as fields, tables, types and keys. ERD physical symbols are the building material for the database. Notation lines are used to illustrate the relationships. The most common method is Crow’s Feet notation. You can use ConceptDraw Entity-Relationship Diagram (ERD) solution to represent a database using the Entity-Relationship model.Entity Relationship Diagram Symbols
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Create Response Charts →

Visual navigation through the stages of a response process helps you locate specific actions to be taken via Action Mind Maps. Use ConceptDraw DIAGRAM and ConceptDraw MINDMAP for organize the process of response for interactions occurring in social media.Create Response Charts *
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Pyramid Diagram →

At the base of the identity of an organisational is its organizational culture.Pyramid Diagram *
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UML Deployment Diagram →

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.UML Deployment Diagram *
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Personal area (PAN) networks. Computer and Network Examples →

All computer networks differ by various params, and their size is one of them. As global area networks are the biggest, personal area (PAN) networks are the smallest. Personal computers, smartphones and other devices that have possibility to connect to Internet form a personal network. This diagram was created using ConceptDraw Computer Network Diagrams to represent a typical components of Personal area network. A personal area network (PAN) is the connection of IT devices around an individual person. This sample of personal area network involves a notebook, a personal digital assistant (PDA), and a portable printer. Commonly a PAN contains such wireless devices as mouse, keyboard, smartphone and tablet. A wireless connection is typical for a PAN.Personal area (PAN) networks
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Business Process Mapping — How to Map a Work Process →

ConceptDraw DIAGRAM is a world-class diagramming platform that lets you display, communicate, and present dynamically. It′s powerful enough to draw everything from basic flowcharts to complex engineering schematics. Video tutorials on ConceptDraw products. Try it today!Business  Process Mapping — How to Map a Work Process *
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