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Identifying Requirements for Mobile Distributed Applications and Service Delivery Platforms (SDP) derived from Stakeholder Goals

Diploma / Master - Identifying Requirements for Mobile Distributed Applications and Service Delivery Platforms (SDP) derived from Stakeholder Goals (Computer Science/Information Technology)

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11.06.2010, Diplomarbeiten, Bachelor- und Masterarbeiten

This work will identify all stakeholders in the mobile/distributed applications, developer / application platforms and service delivery platforms industry and generate an overview of their individual business and technical goals. From that overview, functional and non‐functional requirements for both, mobile/distributed applications as well as developer / application platforms / service delivery platforms (including service/application delivery, lifecycle etc) are derived using state of the art software engineering requirements engineering methodology.

Area:
Mobile Applications / Telecom Applications
Web (2.0) Services
Software / Requirements Engineering

Prerequisites:
Software / Requirements Engineering Interest
Mobile App / Internet App Development Interest
Self‐Motivated worker

Supervisor/in:


Advisor/in:
Christian Menkens (menkens@cdtm.de) (http://www4.in.tum.de/~menkens)

Problem Statement
The telecom industry is rapidly changing and telecom systems that had been closed proprietary systems
for a long time shift towards a more open infrastructure in order to work together with new services and
tools available on the internet such as Web (2.0) services and applications.
In parallel to this development mobile internet and mobile applications importance and usage increased
rapidly with the introduction of the iPhone and Android in combination with Application Stores and fast
wireless networks.
This leads to a distributed system of application servers, telecom services, web services, mobile clients,
web clients etc. This is driven by often very different goals of Communication Service Providers running
the networks and pushing into the services domain, Web Service Providers offering a huge variety of
services and applications for customers, Developers developing applications and services for customers
and Customer using the applications and services on different clients.
So far it is not clear what the different goals of all stakeholders are and what requirements for mobile /
distributed applications and for service delivery / application development platform architectures for
these applications can be derived from them.

Goals of Thesis
This work will identify all stakeholders in the mobile/distributed applications, developer / application
platforms and service delivery platforms industry and generate an overview of their individual business
and technical goals. From that overview, functional and non‐functional requirements for both,
mobile/distributed applications as well as developer / application platforms / service delivery platforms
(including service/application delivery, lifecycle etc) are derived using state of the art software
engineering requirements engineering methodology.

Approach and Work Packages:
‐ Identify stakeholder in this industry
‐ Identify and analyze their individual goals
‐ Familiarize yourself with requirements engineering, documentation and analysis methodology
‐ Derive requirements from stakeholder goals
‐ …

Previous Work and Literature:
‐ Trend Report Developer Platforms and Communities
‐ T‐Labs Integrative Service Architecture Projects
‐ …

Kontakt: menkens@cdtm.de

More Information

http://www4.in.tum.de/~menkens

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