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Gulliver beans: generating device optimized and individualized content for WAP applications

Hartl, Andreas ; Austaller, Gerhard ; Kappel, G. ; Lechleitner, C. ; Mühlhäuser, Max ; Reich, S. ; Rudisch, R. (2000):
Gulliver beans: generating device optimized and individualized content for WAP applications.
9th International World Wide Web Conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 15.-19.05.2000, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Abstract

The ever increasing popularity of the Internet results in a growing number of users being connected to the World Wide Web with new types of devices ranging from PDAs to mobile phones. However, existing content has not been designed with the benefits and limitations of these devices in mind and thus various approaches have been established to overcome this issue. Our approach strictly separates between content, presentation and behavior in order to be able to dynamically generate adapted and individualized content. Besides device information our prototype system takes other context data into account including location and user preferences. Our approach allows us to semi-automatically produce content which is not only optimized for the target platform but also designed for the individual users and their specific needs.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item
Erschienen: 2000
Creators: Hartl, Andreas ; Austaller, Gerhard ; Kappel, G. ; Lechleitner, C. ; Mühlhäuser, Max ; Reich, S. ; Rudisch, R.
Title: Gulliver beans: generating device optimized and individualized content for WAP applications
Language: English
Abstract:

The ever increasing popularity of the Internet results in a growing number of users being connected to the World Wide Web with new types of devices ranging from PDAs to mobile phones. However, existing content has not been designed with the benefits and limitations of these devices in mind and thus various approaches have been established to overcome this issue. Our approach strictly separates between content, presentation and behavior in order to be able to dynamically generate adapted and individualized content. Besides device information our prototype system takes other context data into account including location and user preferences. Our approach allows us to semi-automatically produce content which is not only optimized for the target platform but also designed for the individual users and their specific needs.

Divisions: 20 Department of Computer Science
20 Department of Computer Science > Telecooperation
Event Title: 9th International World Wide Web Conference
Event Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
Event Dates: 15.-19.05.2000
Date Deposited: 19 Nov 2008 16:01
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