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Title: Content description model and framework for efficient content distribution
Keywords: HTML content selection distribution framework
Issue Date: 10-Apr-2006
Citation: ZHANG SHUTAO (2006-04-10). Content description model and framework for efficient content distribution. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: The Internet is growing fast with respect to the number of hosts and the variety of devices. As a dominant traffic source on Internet, Web has been growing rapidly in both content volume and application variety. Due to the heterogeneity of content preferences and devices capabilities at client side, web content delivered from the server are often super-sets of those preferred versions for a particular client application (e.g., web browser). Therefore, it is desirable to have a mechanism for clients to automatically select web content, which is relevant to their particular applications and compatible with their hardware capabilities. In this thesis, we propose a content selection model to achieve this goal. Our solution is to perform accurate matching between web contents and clientsa?? preferences/capabilities based on an appropriate content classification. We evaluate our solution by a comprehensive performance analysis on a large volume of HTML objects from the real world. The performance impacts of content selection have been estimated under several typical scenarios with different client preferences and device capabilities.
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