Advances in Mobile Commerce Technologies

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Ee-Peng Lim, Keng Siau
Idea Group Inc (IGI), 2003 - Computers - 324 pages
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As the number of mobile device users increases rapidly and exceeds that of PC users by a large margin, conducting business and services over these mobile devices, also known as mobile commerce is becoming very attractive and is expected to drive the future development of electronic commerce. To tap the potential of mobile commerce, application providers, service providers, content providers, and technology providers have to work together to realize the future mobile commerce applications. In the process of conceptualizing and developing these applications, they have to be cognizant of the latest development in mobile commerce technology. Advances in Mobile Commerce Technologies serves as an introduction to mobile commerce with emphasis on both theory and application.
 

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Contents

Current States and Future Trends
1
Technology Issues in Mobile Commerce
18
Chapter II Mobile ECommerce on Mobile Phones
19
Chapter III Transactional Database Accesses for MCommerce Clients
44
Chapter IV Techniques to Facilitate Information Exchange in Mobile Commerce
74
Chapter V Digital Rights Management for Mobile Multimedia
97
Chapter VI Predicate Based Caching for Large Scale Mobile Distributed Online Applications
112
Information System and Application Issues in Mobile Commerce
136
The Emergence of LocationBased Mobile Commerce
171
The Need for Model Based Approaches
190
Chapter X Managing the Interactions Between Handheld Devices Mobile Applications and Users
205
Chapter XI Mobile Commerce and Usability
235
Chapter XII Using Continuous Voice Activation Applications in Telemedicine to Transform Mobile Commerce
258
A Landscape Analysis
298
About the Authors
311
Index
320

Chapter VII Modeling Static Aspects of Mobile Electronic Commerce Environments
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