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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Ilya Trofimov
Human-oriented Android Task Scheduler
Software Engineering
(Bachelor’s programme)
8
2017
Smartphones have become a significant part of every modern person’s life. With the development of performance and functionality of modern devices, developers now can create mobile applications that help users to solve a wide variety of problems. One of these is systematization, planning, and delegation of tasks. There is a large amount of task-scheduling mobile application on the market that intended to solve these problems. However, there are specific situations when it is necessary to assign a task to a specific person, rather than to the time. This approach to organization and planning of tasks is called "person-oriented". With the development of mobile connection, GPS, Bluetooth LE, and the advent of iBeacon protocol, the implementation of the task scheduler built on the principle of person-oriented task management became possible.

The aim of this work is to develop a mobile application "Person-Oriented Android Task Scheduler". The application is intended to simplify the process of planning and delegation of tasks by providing the solution to assigning tasks to a specific person.

The document contains 40 pages, 3 chapters, 20 illustrations, 2 tables, 14 bibliography items, 5 appendices.

Keywords: Android, apps, person-oriented task scheduler, GPS, Bluetooth LE, iBeacon

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