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  • Journal title : Journal of KIISE
  • Volume 43, Issue 7,  2016, pp.725-735
  • Publisher : Korean Institute of Information Scientists and Engineers
  • DOI : 10.5626/JOK.2016.43.7.725
 Title & Authors
FastIO: High Speed Launching of Smart TV Apps
Lee, Cheolhee; Hwang, Taeho; Won, Youjip; Lee, Seongjin;
 
 Abstract
Smart TV uses Webkit as a web browser engine to provide contents such as web surfing, VOD watching, and games. Webkit uses web resources, such as HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and images, in order to run applications. At the start of an application, Webkit loads resources to the memory and creates DOM tree and render tree, which is a time consuming process. However, DOM tree and render tree created by the smart TV application do not change over time because the smart TV application uses web resources stored in a disk. If DOM tree and render tree can be stored and reused, it is possible to reduce loading time of an application. In this paper, we propose FastIO technique that selectively adds persistency to dynamically allocated memory. FastIO reduces overall application loading time by eliminating the process of loading resources from storage, parsing the HTML documents, and creating DOM tree and render tree. Comparison of the application resource loading times indicates that the web browser with FastIO is 7.9x, 44.8x, and 2.9x faster than the legacy web browser in an SSD, Ramdisk, and eMMC environment, respectively.
 Keywords
web platform;smart TV application;Webkit;parsing;DOM tree and render tree;persistency;
 Language
Korean
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