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Design of SMIL Browser Functionality in Mobile Phones
Satoshi HIEDA Yoshinori SAIDA Hiroshi CHISHIMA Naoki SATO Yukikazu NAKAMOTO
IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Communications
Publication Date: 2004/02/01
Print ISSN: 0916-8516
Type of Manuscript: PAPER
browser, mobile phone, SMIL, synchronized multimedia, scheduler,
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SMIL is a markup language which enables us to describe multimedia contents. This paper proposes a design model of SMIL browser functionality for mobile phones whose resources are limited. We introduce SMIL Component, which is based on attachable software architecture to a pre-installed generic web browser and an event-based SMIL scheduler, which is a part of SMIL Component, to provide the multimedia presentation scheduling functionality. These lead to reducing the memory amount that SMIL Component consumes and brings high portabilty of SMIL Component for various web browsers. We implement SMIL Component and evaluate RAM sizes and presentation delays. As a result, we conclude that SMIL Component is practical for MMS presentations on a mobile phone.