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Mobile Application Development for a Smart City Model

Student: Aleksandr Parshakov

Supervisor: Alexander I. Deryabin

Faculty: Faculty of Economics, Management, and Business Informatics

Educational Programme: Business Informatics (Bachelor)

Final Grade: 10

Year of Graduation: 2020

The graduation work is researching into "Mobile Application Development for a Smart City Model." The application prototype was created with the use of InVision software. The application was implemented for the iOS operating system. For conducting the research in a proper way the subject area for the process of getting smart-city object information was analyzed. Ultimately, based on the design of information models and analysis of mobile design practices, the application demonstration version was created. The paper's main body consists of 63 pages. The body includes introduction, 3 chapters (analysis, design, and implementation) and conclusion. It also contains 48 illustrations and 3 appendices (technical requirements, description of cases, and testing). The first chapter contains 6 paragraphs: smart-city definition analysis, finding models examples of using smart-city information resources, information models for entertainment and security areas, description of the process of getting smart-city object datum, choice of toolkit, and mobile application requirements establishment. The second chapter contains 3 paragraphs: application usage algorithm, application design, and interface design. The third paragraph contains 6 paragraphs: database implementation, API implementation, data model implementation, network communication implementation, interface implementation, and testing. In conclusion, accomplishments are formulated. The list of references comprises 23 resources.

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