Developing E-commerce Systems

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Prentice Hall, 2002 - Computers - 507 pages
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For undergraduate and graduate courses in e-Commerce Systems Development and Organizational Information Systems Development. This book focuses on those concepts that are at the core of developing effective e-Commerce systems and is a starting point for the study of how effective e-Commerce systems are developed. Readers are provided a foundation for further investigation into particular issues as well as for actually developing successful e-Commerce in the real world. It does not require any particular programming skills as a prerequisite. *Complete life-cycle approach. Provides students with an overview of all the activities necessary for developing successful e-Commerce systems. *A combination of user, business, and computing viewpoints and needs. Identifies for students the range of commerce and computing issues that need to be resolved together to ensure a successful result. *Discussion of the computing processes required for the development of e-Commerce systems. Provides computer science students with an introduction to the set of software engineering processes identified by the Organization for International Standardization. Provides business students with an introduction to

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Contents

A CONTEXT FOR DEVELOPING ECOMMERCE APPLICATIONS I
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A CONTEXT FOR DEVELOPING ECOMMERCE APPLICATIONS
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SOME INTERESTING TYPES OF ECOMMERCE APPLICATIONS
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Jim A. Carter has been a software professional involved both in developing computing systems and in developing the skills of computer developers since 1973. He has been a faculty member in the Computer Science Department at the University of Saskatchewan since 1982. Dr. Carter is currently involved as a technical expert representing Canada in the development of international standards for software ergonomics, multimedia design, user interface design, and e-Commerce.

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