DeviceDescriptionCoreVocabularyPreamble

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This is the Preamble to the document. See the DeviceDescriptionCoreVocabulary overview.

Abstract

The definition of a Core Vocabulary for Mobile Web Browsing is the first step in the process of builing a Device Descriptions Repository that can be public or used by different entities seamlessly. Here will be defined a light-weight process for the definition of the vocabulary entries. The vocabulary will be formalized with an ontology. Companies and individuals interested in the definition of their own vocabulary may use the process here defined as a starting point for their own projects.

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