The Mobile Web Is Structurally Different
One of the premier applications on the global Internet is browsing the World Wide Web. The advent of advanced browser-enabled cell phones, high-speed wireless networks, and "Unlimited-data" pricing plans is fueling the demand for Web access on mobile devices. Further, there is an increasing amount of content in the mobile Web, the set of web pages written in markup languages (CHTML, XHTML, and WML) designed specifically for consumption on mobile wireless devices. Understanding the structural properties of the WWW can be very helpful in a variety of applications, such as crawling the web more efficiently, or performing better search results ranking.