Many innovative wireless applications that aim to provide mobile information access are emerging. Since people have different information needs and preferences, one of the challenges for mobile information systems is to take advantage of the convenience of handheld devices and provide personalized information to the right person in a preferred format. However, the unique features of wireless networks and mobile devices pose challenges to personalized mobile content delivery. This paper proposes a generic framework for delivering personalized and adaptive content to mobile users. It introduces a variety of enabling technologies and highlights important issues in this area. The framework can be applied to many applications such as mobile commerce and context-aware mobile services.
Zhang, D. (2003). Delivery of Personalized and Adaptive Content to Mobile Devices:A Framework and Enabling Technology. Communications of the Association for Information Systems, 12, pp-pp. https://doi.org/10.17705/1CAIS.01213
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