Ubiquitous Agent-Based Campus Information Providing System for Cellular Phones

Ubiquitous Agent-Based Campus Information Providing System for Cellular Phones

Akio Koyama (Yamagata University, Japan) and Leonard Barolli (Fukuoka Institute of Technology, Japan)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59904-935-9.ch104
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Abstract

In this chapter, a campus information providing system (CIPS) for cellular phones is proposed. By using this system, the search time to find the necessary information in the campus is reduced. Users can access the system using the cellular phone terminal and by clicking the links or by inserting a keyword in the form they can get easily the campus information. The system has four agents, which deals with Web information required by users, Net News, the student’s login state, campus navigation and the filtering of the received campus information for cellular phone terminal. Therefore, the proposed system can provide different media information to a cellular phone. By using the proposed ubiquitous system, the users are able to get the information anywhere and anytime. The system performance was evaluated using a questionnaire. From the questionnaire results, we found that the system was able to show the required information.

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