Fudzee, Mohd Farhan Md and Abawajy, Jemal 2010, Request-driven cross-media content adaptation technique, in Developing advanced web services through P2P computing and autonomous agents : trends and innovations, Information Science Reference, Hershey, Pa., USA, pp.91-113.
Devices, standards and software develop rapidly, but still often independently of each other. This creates problems in terms of content suitability on various devices. Also, in mobile environment, user and system-level applications must execute subject to a variety of resource constraints. In order to deal with these constraints, content adaptation is required. In this chapter, we justify the need of distributed cross media content adaptation and the potential of utilizing Web Services as the adaptation providers. We introduce request-driven context to complement constraint-driven and utility-driven approaches. We describe the request context mapping and propose a novel path’s determination scheme for determining the optimal service proxies to facilitate the adaptation tasks. To better illustrate the disjoint portions in content passing between service proxies, two communication models were associated. Then, within Web Services, we explain the related protocols and socket connection between adaptation’s services. We conclude with discussion regarding the strengths of the proposed architecture.
Field of Research
100599 Communications Technologies not elsewhere classified
Socio Economic Objective
890299 Computer Software and Services not elsewhere clasified
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