Contextual Synchronization for Online Co-browsing on Peer-to-Peer Environment [chapter]

Jason J. Jung
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper, we propose a novel synchronization method based on contextual information elicited from a group of peers for online collaborative browsing on p2p environment. Thereby, the users are semantically tracked for modeling the context about their information searching tasks. The co-browsing system embedding our proposed method was shown to improve 52.7% and 11.5% communication performance, compared to single browsing and the asynchronous system, respectively.
doi:10.1007/11758532_34 fatcat:mu6xlavnmrbohje2qsjji6azpy