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Computer Science Final Thesis On Feature Store

Title: Feature Store
Department of Computer and Information Science
Abstract Of Thesis: This thesis describes the development of an internal web based tool for Ericsson AB in Linkoping. The problem addressed in this work is finding and managing new sales opportunities. The tool consists of an extensive structure of websites written in PHP and JavaScript with the database connection handled through MySQL. The content is a register of products but also has the ability of automatic generation of statistics. The purpose of the tool is to make the work with Ericsson’s customers more efficient, the tool will make it easier for the sales person to find a sales opportunity. The work structure consisted of two phases, an Alpha-stage to determine if there was value in developing the product and after that was evaluated the project went on to a Beta-stage to set the foundations for the proper product. 
Techniques Of Thesis:- A brief description of the different techniques implemented in the project.
HTML: HTML stands for HyperText Markup Language and is code that describes the structure of
webpages. It consists of so called tags which enclose different parts of a webpage; an example is
the tag which together with its end tag would make text within it bold (Wikipedia, 2011).
PHP: PHP stands for Hypertext Preprocessor and is a scripting language used for creating dynamic
webpages. PHP code is embedded in HTML and interpreted on a webserver to generate additional HTML (php.net, 2011; Wikipedia, 2011).
JavaScript: JavaScript is a scripting language that is ran on the client side for a webpage; its main use is
creating enhanced and dynamic interfaces (Wikipedia).
MySQL: MySQL is a language for communicating with the database, with the help of queries you may
add, remove or modify information stored (mysql.net, 2011).
Ajax: According to Wikipedia Ajax stands for Asynchronous JavaScript & XML and is a group ofinterrelated web development techniques used on the client to create dynamic functionality.
CakePHP: CakePHP is a PHP framework modeled after the concept of Ruby on Rails, this means it contains
built in functionality to make development in PHP more stable and modular (www.cakephp.org).
JQuery: JQuery is a JavaScript framework; it contains functionality for easier and more efficient creation
of JavaScript elements like for example dynamic forms (Jquery.org, 2011, Wiki).
Conclusion: By the end of the thesis Feature Store gave a clear picture of the usefulness of the tool and the project was prolonged into a probable development of a live version, it contains the functionality it was set out to with more having been added during the course of the project. The original purpose have clearly been fulfilled with the tool already having some use within the company even though it is not in a finalized version.
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