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Web Interaction Using Very Small Internet Devices
October 2002 (vol. 35 no. 10)
pp. 37-45
Bill N. Schilit, Intel Research Seattle
Jonathan Trevor, FX Palo Alto Laboratory
David M. Hilbert, FX Palo Alto Laboratory
Tzu Khiau Koh, Xerox Singapore?s Software Centre

Internet-enabled cell phones typically accommodate only three to 12 text lines, and their design emphasizes portability. Web interaction has, so far, been a secondary concern. For the most part, automated techniques to address the feature gap between the desktop and these phonetops rely on the notion of transducing--translating HTML and images into formats compatible with small devices, which typically cannot handle HTML content.

The authors have developed a Web browsing model that supports navigation and action in separate interfaces. To demonstrate the model, they created m-Links, a middleware proxy system that retrieves Web documents using HTTP, lets users navigate and apply services to Web content, and delivers a suitable user interface to a variety of small Web-capable wireless devices.

Citation:
Bill N. Schilit, Jonathan Trevor, David M. Hilbert, Tzu Khiau Koh, "Web Interaction Using Very Small Internet Devices," Computer, vol. 35, no. 10, pp. 37-45, Oct. 2002, doi:10.1109/MC.2002.1039516
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