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Analysis and Design of Mobile Collaborative Applications Using Contextual Elements

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Analysis and Design of Mobile Collaborative Applications Using Contextual Elements
Collaborative mobile applications support users on the move in order to perform a collaborative task. One of the challenges when designing such applications is to consider the context where they will execute. Contextualized applications are easy to adopt by the users; unfortunately the design of contextualized tools is not evident. This paper presents a framework of contextual elements to be considered during the conception, analysis and design phases of a mobile collaborative application. This framework supports developers to identify non-functional requirements and part of the architectural design in order to get contextualized applications. The use of this framework is complementary to any structured software process. A framework use example is also presented as an illustration of its applicability.
Rosa Alarcón, Luis A. Guerrero, Sergio F. O
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Type Journal
Year 2006
Where CAI
Authors Rosa Alarcón, Luis A. Guerrero, Sergio F. Ochoa, José A. Pino
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