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Studio Management

Report of an Investigation

Topics in Operating Systems

Topics in Computer Networks

Machine Learning Algorithms

Data Stream Mining

Usability Engineering

Web Search: Technical and Social Issues

Developing Mobile Applications

Location-Based Systems as Context-Aware Systems

Model Checking

Extremely Parallel Programming

Turing Topics


Control Theory and Image Processing

2014 Papers
Level 5 Papers >> A Semester
COMP548A Developing Mobile Applications

15 Points

This paper will consider the design and implementation of applications for mobile devices covering topics such as: mobile application software architectures; development platform options; design and evaluation of small-screen touch-based user interfaces; leveraging technologies such as global positioning, near-field communication and orientation/environmental sensing; mobile web applications and publishing to application stores. Practical work will use the Android platform and so the paper is best-suited to students with experience of Java programming.

Pre Requisite Papers
Either COMP316 Artificial Intelligence Techniques and Applications or
COMP321 Practical Data Mining, and
a further 60 points at 300 level in Computer Science

Corresponding Papers
COMP448 Developing Mobile Applications

Lecturers and Tutors

A Semester

Moodle Link
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Official Timetable Information

Assessment Ratio
Internal assessment/final examination ratio 1:0

Assessment Components
There are 4 items of coursework. Each is worth one quarter of the final course grade. Submission dates are as follows:

  • Coursework 1: Friday 28th March
  • Coursework 2: Friday 2nd May
  • Coursework 3: Friday 6th June
  • Coursework 4: Friday 6th June
Courseworks 1-3 will be practically oriented and focus on design and implementation of a mobile application. Coursework 4 will be a written report.

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Class attendance is expected. The course notes provided are not comprehensive, additional material will be covered in class. You are responsible for all material covered in class.

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