Real-time Analysis of Time-based Usability and Accessibility for Human Mobile-Web Interactions in the Ubiquitous Internet
Yung Bok Kim (Sejong University, Korea)
Abstract: In the ubiquitous Internet, human mobile-web interactions can be evaluated with real-time analysis of time-based usability and accessibility with the different types of mobile Internet devices including smart phones (e.g. iPhone, Android phone, etc.). A ubiquitous mobile-web interaction server, accessible with a variety of mobile Internet devices, could be a unified estimation hub in real-time analysis of human-centric mobile-web interactions. We propose the real-time analysis scheme based on real-time estimation of time-based usability and accessibility for human mobile-web interactions with a name-based directory server for social networking in the ubiquitous Internet environment. We present an implementation of a ubiquitous mobile-web directory service and discuss our approach with some empirical results.
Keywords: SNS, interaction, mobile-web, time-based usability/accessibility, ubiquitous
Categories: H.3.1, H.3.3, H.5.2