MODULE CODE : ISYS40151 MODULE TITLE : Mobile Interactive Systems TITLE : Mobile Interactive application & Report
The report must be 7 pages long (font to be used is verdana, 11 point). If you include either a front cover sheet, list of tables, or reference / bibliography pages these will not count towards the size of the report. Only pages dedicated to the following sections will count towards the 8 page limit:
What worked and didn’t work and what could have been done to make it better.
You will design and implement a program using Java on Android platform and based on an idea proposed by you and agreed with the lab tutor.
During week five, two hours interactive session will be dedicated to brainstorming and generation of ideas using examples from previously developed applications and research projects. By the end of week 5. Project proposals should be submitted to DropBox, with a brief description of the application goals, contents and requirements. Also the tutor will present some seed ideas and will make some phones, sensors, tags, electronic and wireless components available for this session. This session will take place in a one of our new group focused teaching room.
Each project should have at least two interactive mobile development features, here are some features which you can choose from:
You could also suggest other interactive features for your project, the selection of the two features has to be agreed with the tutor.
The application can be developed for Android phones, smart watches, VR systems or/and Google Glasses.
The application must be demonstrated on a real Android device. Demonstration based on the emulator will not be accepted.
A compulsory demo for each student based on submission will take place during the next tutorial session after the submission. Failure to turn up in the demo will result in awarding only 30% of the marks achieved for the submission.
It is the responsibility of each student to make sure that during the demo the code runs properly in the lab used during the demo, i.e. you should make sure in advance (allow enough time before the demo day) that everything is running properly in the machine you will be using. If you developed code at your home computer, it is your responsibility that you port it to the lab in advance, before the demo. Marks will be awarded based on the demo and excuses of the type “it used to run - don’t know what happened since last time” will not be accepted.
Make sure you backup your work all the time.
Note that Dropbox will allow to make a submission multiple times. Make sure before submitting, that all the files you want to submit are contained there (or in the zip file you submit).
In the case of more than one submissions, only your last submission before the deadline given to you will be marked, so make sure that all the files are included in the last submission attempt and the last attempt is before the coursework deadline.
You will frequently be given informal verbal or written feedback regarding your (or the class’s) performance on tasks relating to the coursework assessment during the seminar and/or laboratory sessions. Attendance is therefore important for your development and thus coursework success.
You will receive specific feedback regarding your coursework submission together with your awarded grade when it is returned to you. Clearly, feedback provided with your coursework is only for developmental purposes so that you can improve for the next assessment or subject-related module.
All assessments are subject to a two-stage moderation process. Firstly, any details related to the assessment (e.g., clarity of information and the assessment criteria) are considered by an independent person (usually a member of the module team). Secondly, the grades awarded are considered by the module team to check for consistency and fairness across the cohort for the piece of work submitted.
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