Monthly Archives: April 2011

In this section the application requirements will be presented. They are split into functional and non-functional ones. The first refers to all the features needed to be implemented, while the second category refers to performance, extensibility and scalability of the system.

Master thesis – Requirements elicitation

There are two sets of features that must or can be implemented: the first ones which regulate the brainstorming activity as a set of rules; the second ones add productivity to the process, enabling additional scenarios that improve the user experience.

Master thesis – Typical use case

My thesis claims as a basic concept that an ideal tabletop application supporting the brainstorming process must have an implemented answer to the issues raised above. Considering the first category of additional features which makes an application usable in the context of the brainstorming process, some properties were already mentioned and looked for in different applications: organization of ideas, relationships between ideas, sessions save and session restart for being continued.

Master thesis – Concept

Be careful when copying information from this article! The paper is already published and you will be charged with plagiarism! As we read before in the Introduction, collaboration is a recursive and iterative process with the purpose of solving a problem or a situation in a systematic way (Dictionary 2007). It […]

Master thesis – Related work