UML Diagrams for Blood Bank Management System Project

UML diagrams for the Blood Bank Management System. Following are the different UML diagrams like Components, Activity, Use Case, and Sequence diagrams of the Blood Bank Management System.

The blood donation application will help to manage the Users, Donors, and Blood banks. The whole idea behind the application is to manage the donors’ or Blood banks and user details.

UML Diagram for Blood Bank Management System

We’ve compiled structural UML diagrams i.e. component diagrams, and three types of behavioural UML diagrams i.e. activity, sequence, and use case diagrams for the Blood Bank Management Project.

Here, the Admin can manage the user, blood bank, and donor details. Admin can view the details of users in the user list. Admin can manage the blood bank list. Whereas users can search for blood banks, and donors, and donate blood.

Component diagram for Blood Bank Management Project

The diagram below shows the structural relations between components in a Blood Bank Management System. The connected components by dotted lines represent relationships within the systems.

In the diagram, it can be seen that there are multiple components. We can see how different components interact with each other.

Here, the User can search donors, Blood Banks, and see all the donor and blood bank details. Users can contact the selected donors. Users can search for blood as per the locations also. Hospitals can ADD/DELETE/UPDATE their records like availability of blood according to the location.

Activity diagram for Blood Bank Management Project

Activity diagrams in UML are a leading subset of behavioural diagrams. They display the functionalities of various activities and flows in management processes and software systems. The flow in the activity diagram can be sequential, branched, or concurrent.

Admin being the primary user, have to register on the system to carry out further operations of managing the system. Admin is can accept and reject users’ requests. Admin will solely be responsible for adding hospital, and blood banks.

Users after logging in can search donors, and blood banks by using search filters. A list of donors and blood banks will appear and then the user can select a particular donor and blood bank.

Sequence diagram for Blood Bank Management Project

Sequence diagrams in UML are used to get a better idea of how tasks within a project will function, overlap, and move between objects or components. Sequence diagrams display step-by-step interactions between objects and the order in which those interactions occur.

Users can search for specific donors or blood banks according to their preferences and select likewise. Upon selecting a particular donor, the user can contact the donor for blood donations.

Use Case Diagram for Blood Bank Management Project

A UML use case diagram can create a broad, high-level view of the relationship between use cases, actors involved, and systems being performed.

In this diagram, use cases are represented by oval shapes, and the lines then show at which point an actor/user participates and interacts with their corresponding use case. We can see where each actor is involved in the entire process.

In the below diagram, we can see that the admin have the access to add hospitals, organization, and blood banks. Whereas, hospitals and Users have the ability to search the donor and blood bank.

On the other hand, both Admin and User can manage their profile and can log in/log out of the system.

DFD Diagram for Blood Bank Management Project

A DFD maps out the flow of information for any process or system. It gives a basic overview of the whole system or process being analyzed. It shows the system with its relationship to external entities.

The diagram below gives us an outlook of how the system and its users work. Users can view and search donors, and Admin can Add/EDIT/Delete new blood banks and hospitals into the system. Hospitals can View and search donors, and blood banks in the system.

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