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A smart framework for web content and resources adaptation in mobile devices

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2 Author(s)
Shawkat K. Guirguis ; Alexandria University, Institute of Graduate Studies & Research, Department of Information technology, November 3, 2009, Egypt ; Mohamed A. Hassan

Accessing the Internet from mobile devices is becoming increasingly popular, for the past few years mobile devices (mobile phone, smart phone, PDA, palmtop) have rapidly become an integral part of our lives, with an internet connection we can have access to any kind of web content. Mobile web users face a big problem that the majority of web content are tailored for desktop computers which can have a large display area and high connection speed compared with mobile devices which have smaller display area and limited connection bandwidth. So we have to take in our considerations the severe resource constraints on the mobile devices, their performance is usually much lower, smaller processor memory, their screens are smaller, and generally their internet connections are much slower, power, form factor, bandwidth and battery. Our proposed smart framework for web content and resources adaptation in mobile devices (WRAMD) intend to provide a majestic tool for webmasters that could weaves both mobile web and traditional web production into just one single tool. This will help them to facilitate the web content production for both desktop and mobile web users, and will move the world into faster and simpler mobile web site development, with light weight transfer over a wireless channel. Our target is to provide the best web view to the connected mobile devices, enhance the http response, give a minimized bandwidth usage for mobile access and provide a device specific view for connected mobile device.

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Advanced Communication Technology (ICACT), 2010 The 12th International Conference on  (Volume:1 )

Date of Conference:

7-10 Feb. 2010