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Personal Information Access Using Proactive Search and Mobile Hypertext

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4 Author(s)
Hyeju Jang ; Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology ; Seongchan Kim ; Wookhyun Shin ; Sung-Hyon Myaeng

A new framework combining proactive search with mobile hypertext lets mobile phone users avoid text entry and tailors search results to suit the context. Mobile phones and devices are evolving steadily, adding increasingly advanced capabilities. Today's smart phones, for example, have PClike functionality with complete operating system software that provides a platform for developers. Even phones without an operating system often have such functions as email, Internet navigation, music players, e-book readers, and GPS, in addition to the usual text messaging (short message service, SMS), camera, and phone. So now, besides holding telephone numbers and text messages, mobile phones also allow access to video clips, calendars, task lists, notes, and so on.

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IEEE Intelligent Systems  (Volume:25 ,  Issue: 1 )