VCCM – Virtual Conference Content Mapping

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I. Sai Krishna
Venkatrama Phani Kumar S, K.V.Krishna Kishore


Web-based applications gained popularity and global acceptance because of its usability in terms of better functionality and mobility
and access to information available throughout the world. Developing web-based applications with new development methodology, namely web
development life cycle (WDLC) is cost effective over desktop applications because it deploys once and then able to access ubiquitously. There
is no universally accepted process model for the development of Web-based applications. Moreover, shaping the process model for small
applications such as online software development for conferences has been relatively neglected. This paper presents an expanded lifecycle
process model for the development of Web-based applications. It consists of three sets of processes, i.e., requirement processes, development
processes, and evolution processes.This research study attempts to investigate and seek insight understanding about issues related to Virtual
Conference Content Mapping (VCCM), from developers view point mainly in information quality management. The results were presented in
which the uniqueness and the special requirements of VCCM are explained. The development methodology through the web development life
cycle in stages associated with activities involved is discussed and the main success factors that derived from multiple sub-factors for
consideration during the development of VCCM are discovered. To conclude, this paper presents the outcomes from a comprehensive analysis
on the web-based Virtual Conference Content Mapping. Further studies will be carried out to obtain issues, reusability and challenges
encountered by developers during development.


Keywords: Web Development life cycle, Virtual conference Content Mapping, Web based application.


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