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Mohammedia, Morocco

Charkaoui S.,University Hassan Mohammadia | Adraoui Z.,University Hassan Mohammadia | Benlahmar E.H.,University Hassan Mohammadia
Colloquium in Information Science and Technology, CIST | Year: 2015

The diversity of platforms on the smart phones market, make the mobile applications development quite difficult and very expensive. Platform development could be a good solution for this problem. We'll start by defining cross-platform development, and define the different types of mobile applications, and then define and explain the different approaches used in cross-platform development in order to achieve a comparison between these approaches allowing us to identify the strong points, and weaknesses of each approach. We present our results in a comparative table taking into consideration several criteria. These benchmarks have shown that the choice of a cross-platform development approach depends mainly on two things: to know what type of mobile application should be directed, and or targeted platforms. And adding the fact that multiplatform tools based on these approaches are limited in some point (access to different API platforms, performance compared to native applications...), this work shows with certainty that more research is needed to go further than the current approaches. © 2014 IEEE.

Amine L.,University Hassan Mohammadia | Issam A.,University Hassan Mohammadia | Nabil R.,University Hassan Mohammadia | Namir A.,University Hassan Mohammadia | Abderraouf A.,University Hassan Mohammadia
Journal of Theoretical and Applied Information Technology | Year: 2016

The similarity is a problem that has been the subject of several research projects, particularly in the field of semantic information retrieval; this latter is based on ontologies for modeling knowledge, a similarity measure of ontology concepts is thus necessary in the main phases of information retrieval (Indexing, weighting, research, …). We present through this article a similarity computing approach to arc based ontology of concepts. We assessed the similarity values obtained with those of the most used approaches, namely "The measure of Wu and Palmer" and "The measure of Rada and al". It shows that our measure is beneficial and provides a solution to the limits of existing approaches. © 2005 - 2015 JATIT & LLS. All rights reserved.

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