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Extending web browsers architectures to support HTTP session mobility

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Extending web browsers architectures to support HTTP session mobility
In a bid to extend web browsers capabilities, a new extension that transfers HTTP session between two web browsers also knows as User Agents will be developed. The capabilities of these web browsers will be extended by integrating a Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) stack into them. SIP has been chosen because it has clearly defined session mobility types namely Third-party Call Control and Session Hand-off. This paper identifies the modifications that will be made to the present-day web browsers architectures and describes the two services that can be provided namely content sharing and session transfer between any two user agents. Keywords Web Browser Architecture, HTTP Session Mobility.
Michael O. Adeyeye, Neco Ventura
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where CONEXT
Authors Michael O. Adeyeye, Neco Ventura
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