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Mobile Application for Automatic Generation of Presentations

Student: Artyom Ryabukha

Supervisor: Alexander Breyman

Faculty: Faculty of Computer Science

Educational Programme: Software Engineering (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2018

This paper is dedicated to developing a mobile application that will allow users who do not know how to make a presentation or do not understand the design to create design presentations. Developed mobile application provides users with the ability to create presentations automatically, from text and pictures. The application recognises the title slide, titles, content from a pure text and divide it all into separate slides. The result of the development is a client-server mobile application for the automatic generation of presentations «Slider». The mobile application was developed for iOS platform using programming language Objective-C, the backend part was created using the Google App Engine framework in Python 2.7. The paper contains 40 pages, 3 chapters, 4 illustrations, 1 table, N bibliography items, 4 appendices. Keywords: presentations, PowerPoint, pptx, Python, iOS, Google App Engine, Google Cloud Platform

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