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WebSplitter: a unified XML framework for multi-device collaborative Web browsing

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WebSplitter: a unified XML framework for multi-device collaborative Web browsing
WebSplitter symbolizes the union of pervasive multi-device computing and collaborative multi-user computing. WebSplitter provides a unified XML framework that enables multi-device and multi-user Web browsing. WebSplitter splits a requested Web page and delivers the appropriate partial view of each page to each user, or more accurately to each user’s set of devices. Multiple users can participate in the same browsing session, as in traditional conferencing groupware. Depending on the access privileges of the user to the different components of content on each page, WebSplitter generates a personalized partial view. WebSplitter further splits the partial view among the devices available to each user, e.g. laptop, wireless PDA, projection display, stereo speakers, orchestrating a composite presentation across the devices. A wireless PDA can browse while remotely controlling the multimedia capabilities of nearby devices. The architecture consists of an XML metadata policy file defining ...
Richard Han, Veronique Perret, Mahmoud Naghshineh
Added 01 Aug 2010
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Type Conference
Year 2000
Where CSCW
Authors Richard Han, Veronique Perret, Mahmoud Naghshineh
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