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Android Assistant for Picking Decorative Cosmetic Products

Student: Yuliya Khazieva

Supervisor: Rimma Akhmetsafina

Faculty: Faculty of Computer Science

Educational Programme: Software Engineering (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2020

This paper covers a mobile application meant for providing information about decorative cosmetic products. The beauty market is oversaturated with brands and products, and customers have to use multiple sources to find trustworthy reviews, usage examples, reviews and to compare prices. There are solutions that fulfill some of the customers’ need, but none of them contain all of the demanded features. The result of the work described in this paper is an Android application that serves as an assistant with elements of a themed social network that customers can use to search and exchange thematic information. The paper covers algorithms and architectural patterns that were applied during the development as well as the results of it. The paper contains 38 pages, 3 chapters, 43 pictures, 9 sources and 4 appendixes. Keywords Android, decorative cosmetics, social network

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