高須賀 清隆, 八木原 勇太, 白井 雄一郎, 丸山 一貴, 寺田 実
Our goal is to find web pages that are currently and heavily viewed in real time. We design our system which consists of two parts: (1) A backend service for sharing currently viewed URLs and (2) the user-side program which sends clicked URLs to a backend service. We already evaluated the effectiveness of our system by implementing a CGI program to summarize the browsing histories and a simple web browser with minimum functions. However the simple browser is not suitable for everyone, because of a lack of functions and a platform dependence on Windows. In this paper, we propose another implementation of the user-side program as a web browser add-on, Mozilla Firefox extension. The user-side program now has full functions of Firefox and the independence of platforms. To get the browsing histories from the general browser increases the number of users, and makes the browsing histories sharing more effective.