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Development of Mobile Application for the Family Archive

Student: Dmitriy Ushakov

Supervisor: Irina P. Karpova

Faculty: HSE Tikhonov Moscow Institute of Electronics and Mathematics (MIEM HSE)

Educational Programme: Computers, Computer Systems and Networks (Specialist)

Year of Graduation: 2016

The aim is to allow the user to easy accounting of material resources and less time searching for things in the family archive. This graduation qualification work is dedicated to the development of mobile applications for the family archive, which will allow the user to quickly identify the storage location of various material rarely used family values. This AIS will free the user's head from having to remember what and where he removed three years ago. The development of mobile applications for family archives began with the birth of the idea of creation of an automated information system Registry infrequently used material, and family values of this Final qualifying work is only part of a complex of measures on creation of such a system. In the final qualifying work is an overview of mobile applications for conducting accounting of material values. Produced formulation of the problem to develop. It produces a range of tools for developing mobile applications for the family archive material values. A prototype developed mobile applications. Produced by designing a mobile application and a database to store information about the user of material values. Resolved Question Backup user database backup. Produced an overview of the requirements placed on workplace developer of mobile applications. Final qualifying work also includes: • 1 application; • 10 drawings; • 4 tables.

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