Doctor’s voice assistant application prototype

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Uzhhorod National University
Lviv Polytechnic National University, Ukraine
Lviv Politechnik National University, Department of Information Systems and Networks
Uzhhorod National University

This research examines the main approaches to visualization and modeling of key processes in the creation and testing of software in the domain of telemedicine, namely, such an application as a voice assistant to a doctor. Emphasis is placed on the use of UML diagrams at various stages of the software development life cycle, including requirements analysis, design, description of basic functionality, documentation, testing, etc. With the help of modeling, the answer not only to the questions “what does the system do” and “what does the system consist of” was demonstrated, but also to “how and how efficiently the system works” – in this case, a prototype of a doctor’s voice assistant application. Approaches to using effective frontend technology for the application are analyzed.

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