Design and Implementation of Mobile ServicesEvaluation System


With the development of mobile network technology, mobile Web services have also been more and more attention, but standard Web protocols are not applicable in a mobile environment, so people began to design more efficient, compact and consume less mobile Web services protocol. In the course of research services protocol, a convenient and practical evaluation system will undoubtedly bring great help for the protocol, the paper design of mobile service evaluation system using a graphical way to display a variety of mobile services in the overhead data, system design a lightweight service protocol, and the protocol by the system for evaluation compared with a standard Web.

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My, R. and Liu, J. (2013) Design and Implementation of Mobile ServicesEvaluation System. Communications and Network, 5, 348-354. doi: 10.4236/cn.2013.53B2064.

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