The current trend is to access Web content and applications anytime, anywhere and on any device. Most Internet services and World Wide Web content has been designed with desktop computers, and often contain rich media, such as images, audio, and video. But The devices differ in network connectivity, processing power, storage, display size, and format handling capabilities. In many cases, this content is not suitable for the new (often mobile) devices. Therefore, content adaptation is needed in order to optimize the service for different devices and access methods. This research discusses the way context is used for Web content adaptation. The CC/PP and UAProf are two related standards that define the format to describe the capabilities of the devices for accessing content. Context-aware environment must allows adaptive access to context information.
Proceedings of the 2008 International Computer Symposium (ICS 2008)，6頁