Develop a use case diagram for the university library system. Part a. Based on the following descriptions; list the use cases and actors.
Patrons have access to the library information to search for book titles and to see whether a book is available. A patron can also reserve a title if all copies are checked out. When patrons bring books to the circulation desk, a clerk checks out the books on a loan. Clerks also check books in. When books are dropped in the return slot, clerks check in the books. Stocking clerks keep track of the arrival of new books.
The managers in the library have their own activities. They will print reports of book titles by category. They also like to see (online) all overdue books. When books get damaged or destroyed, managers delete information about book copies. Managers also like to see what books are on reserve.
Part b, given your list of use cases and actors, develop a use case diagram. Part c, given the domain model class diagram you developed in question 1, do a CRUD analysis and list any new use cases you discover. Or, if you change the name of any use cases, indicate that as well. In this case, patron information can be accessed and downloaded from another university database.

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