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Mobile App with Conversational User Interface for Workout

Student: Vadim Margiev

Supervisor: Pavel Manakhov

Faculty: Faculty of Computer Science

Educational Programme: Software Engineering (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2020

The purpose of this work is to develop an application that will accompany the user during training. The program is a mobile application that simplifies the training process for people who train independently. The app allows you to get various instructions for performing exercises without having to pick up your phone. The app allows you to use a dialog voice interface and select training programs. The app is intended for users of different ages from 18 years old. You can always ask the voice assistant a clarifying question about the training process. The app is used on a mobile device. The program requires Internet access. The paper contains 31 pages, 3 chapters, 7 illustrations, 1 table, 10 bibliography items, 4 appendices. Keywords: Android, GUI, CUI, Sports, mobile app, trainer, voice assistant.

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