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COMPARATIVE STUDY ON BROWSING ON SMALL SCREEN DEVICES

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Author(s): KRISHNA MURTHY A and SURESHA.

Journal: International Journal of Machine Intelligence
ISSN 0975-2927

Volume: 3;
Issue: 4;
Start page: 354;
Date: 2011;
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Keywords: Mobile Browsing | Small Screen Browsing | Web page Segmentation | Noise Removal | Browsing on Wireless Devices

ABSTRACT
Delivering Web pages to Small Screen Devices such as Mobile Devices, Personal Digital Assistants (PDA) etc., has become possible with the latest wireless technology. However, these devices have very small screen sizes, memory capacities and low bandwidth. Today most of the Web pages are designed for Large Screen Devices, which makes browsing on Small Screen Devices extremely difficult. Therefore, a method to reconstruct Large Screen Devices optimized Web pages for Small Screen Devices is essential. Proposed methods which involves segment the Web page based on its structure, followed by noise removal based on block features and to utilize the hierarchy of the content element to regenerate a page suitable for Small Screen Devices. In this article we give a brief overview of existing approaches, their advantages and challenges. Finally we give an overview of comparison of results.
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