O3 - A Webpage Preprocessing Tool

@inproceedings{Senthil2015O3A,
  title={O3 - A Webpage Preprocessing Tool},
  author={Karthik Senthil and Karthik S. Bhat and Nitin Jamadagni and Sudeep Sureshan and Gaurav Prasad},
  booktitle={WEBIST},
  year={2015}
}
One of the prime factors for the success of the internet is determined by the time taken to load a web page. Even a difference of a few hundred milliseconds in the response time will largely affect the number of users of a web page to shift from one to the other. So, in the commercial market, providing quick service to the users is of utmost importance in remaining ahead of competitors. In this paper, we mainly address this issue by applying various optimization techniques at the front-end to… 

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