Monthly Archives: May 2011


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The Evaluation session started with the Prototype presentation. This was targeted only on the User Interfaces, explaining how and which actions can be performed with each area of interest (UserControls and Main SurfaceWindow from Implementation Chapter). The users were encouraged to experience the interface and ask questions during the presentation, in order to understand better the interaction with the prototype.

Master thesis – User evaluation


The theoretical evaluation of the thesis work starts with by assessing in which measure the research questions were answered by the proposed concept. Then, the analysis will focus on the comparison of the implemented prototype’s features with the ones presented in Related work, in order to see which ones were implemented and how the prototype’s features map on the array of desired ones.

Master thesis – Theoretical evaluation


Master thesis - Breiny's Architecture 5
The prototype implementation tries to follow as close as possible the recommended architectural patterns and guidelines. To support the argumentation, a class diagram will be presented to give a visual orientation through the prototype implementation presentation. The built prototype supporting Brainstorming Sessions on Microsoft Surface, further named Breiny, was developed as part of this thesis and uses all the above framework features.

Master thesis – Implementation of Breiny



Breiny - Second tap on the relation deletes it
This section will present the Breiny application’s user interface and the available interactions with it, features which will be evaluated by the users. Following the requirements for extensibility, modularity and flexibility, the subsequent visible objects were separated into several user controls.

Master thesis – User Interface


BSCW architecture 1
Be careful when copying information from this article! The paper is already published and you will be charged with plagiarism! My thesis proposes several approaches as result of the research questions. Their validity of each approach should be verified by allowing users to interact with a prototype built to fulfill […]

Master thesis – Implementation of Repositories


Master thesis - Session Repository 1
is article presents the system architecture and the underlying decisions that were taken to achieve the above requirements. The system requires a repository for sessions, a repository for Brainstorming items and a native Windows application for achieving the baseline of desired features. Thus, a distributed client – server architecture is considered, exemplified here.

Master thesis – Architecture