Having the latest technological devices is becoming more of a necessity these days rather than a luxury as it was only a decade ago. Among these advancements, the smart phone has grown in popularity significantly. This is due to a variety of reasons but it would have to be said that the access to mobile internet service it provides is a strong motivator for acquiring one. As might be expected the increased number of smart phone users requesting information from the internet has resulted in times when the average access time (the time a user must wait to download his/her requested service) is quite high. In research the use of the wireless carrier's broadcast channels to transmit mobile web services has proven to be an economical way to handle the increased volume of users. However, having not been designed for this purpose, the usual configuration of the broadcast channels fails to take into account the characteristics of today's devices and those of mobile web services. Therefore, this thesis will outline the formulation of an interaction framework that provides an innovative channel design and allocation approach for delivering mobile web services. This architecture will incorporate current usage data (i.e., popularity over specified time period) and the exact dimensions of each mobile web service to more efficiently allocate them, thus resulting in lower average access time.

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Web services; Smartphones; Wireless communication systems--Technological innovations

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Computer Science (GCCIS)


Raj, Rajendra

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Radziszowski, Stanislaw


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