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Robust web page segmentation for mobile terminal using content-distances and page layout information

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Robust web page segmentation for mobile terminal using content-distances and page layout information
The demand of browsing information from general Web pages using a mobile phone is increasing. However, since the majority of Web pages on the Internet are optimized for browsing from PCs, it is difficult for mobile phone users to obtain sufficient information from the Web. Therefore, a method to reconstruct PCoptimized Web pages for mobile phone users is essential. An example approach is to segment the Web page based on its structure, and utilize the hierarchy of the content element to regenerate a page suitable for mobile phone browsing. In our previous work, we have examined a robust automatic Web page segmentation scheme which uses the distance between content elements based on the relative HTML tag hierarchy, i.e., the number and depth of HTML tags in Web pages. However, this scheme has a problem that the content-distance based on the order of HTML tags does not always correspond to the intuitional distance between content elements on the actual layout of a Web page. In this paper...
Gen Hattori, Keiichiro Hoashi, Kazunori Matsumoto,
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Year 2007
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Authors Gen Hattori, Keiichiro Hoashi, Kazunori Matsumoto, Fumiaki Sugaya
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