Technical evaluation of the update classification system

Andy Brown

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    Abstract

    An update classification system has been developed[1] that injects JavaScript code into a Web page. This code monitors the page for updates, then classifies and presents the changes. This report describes a technical evaluation of the code, which was injected using a Google Chrome extension. 20 of the Alexa top 25 Web pages were tested, resulting in interaction with 100 different instances of dynamic content. Classification was found to be correct in all cases, although the update aggregation system did not always perform as expected.
    Original languageEnglish
    PublisherUniversity of Manchester, School of Computer Science
    Number of pages21
    Publication statusPublished - Jan 2012

    Publication series

    NameWEL Accessibility Catch-Up technical reports.

    Keywords

    • World Wide Web
    • visually disabled users
    • assistive technology
    • blind
    • visually impaired

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