Issue No. 01 - January/February (2005 vol. 9)
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Yu Chen , Microsoft Research, Asia
Xing Xie , Microsoft Research, Asia
Wei-Ying Ma , Microsoft Research, Asia
Hong-Jiang Zhang , Microsoft Research, Asia
Most of the Web pages in existence today were designed for desktop PCs, which makes viewing them on mobile Web browsers extremely difficult. The authors developed new page-adaptation technique analyzes a Web page's structure and splits it into smaller, logically related units that can fit onto a mobile device's screen. The Web page can then be adapted to form a two-level hierarchy with a thumbnail representation at the top level for providing a global view and an index to a set of subpages at the bottom level for detailed information.
Web services, scalability, mobile devices
H. Zhang, X. Xie, W. Ma and Y. Chen, "Adapting Web Pages for Small-Screen Devices," in IEEE Internet Computing, vol. 9, no. , pp. 50-56, 2005.