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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Yakov Golovnin
Development of a Web-Service for Legal Clinic Work
Software Engineering
(Bachelor’s programme)
9
2018
Currently, Web-services are a provider of various information services on the Internet. People and company can use it to automate their activities. The topic of this research is Development of a Web-Service for Legal Clinic Work. The main goal of this research is the development of a web-service to the legal clinic the HSE – Perm, which automates the processes of clinic. The development process is divided into seven stages, which are: analysis of the legal clinic at the HSE – Perm, analysis of similar web-services for other legal clinics, designing database of a web-service, designing the architecture of a web-service, implementation of a web-service, testing and debugging, writing the documentation. The result of the research is fault-tolerant, user-friendly web-service for legal clinic. Project proposal consists of a background, problem statement, delimitations of the study, literature review, methods, results anticipated, conclusion.

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