List of Figures

Chapter 1: Mobile Commerce Systems

Figure 1: An electronic commerce system structure
Figure 2: A mobile commerce system structure
Figure 3: A flowchart of a user request processed in a mobile commerce system
Figure 4: UMTS and UTRAN architecture (Vriendt et al., 2002)

Chapter 2: Contract-Based Workflow Design Patterns in M-Commerce

Figure 1: Intention-action protocol

Chapter 3: Java 2 Micro Edition for Wireless Enterprise Applications

Figure 1: Java technology map
Figure 2: Example of J2ME stack
Figure 3: Example of future J2ME stack
Figure 4: High-level architecture of a Java wireless enterprise application
Figure 5: Architecture of enterprise applications
Figure 6: Thin client architecture
Figure 7: Fat client architecture
Figure 8: Medium client architecture
Figure 9: Proposed application layers
Figure 10: Device database schema
Figure 11: Flow of data between device and server
Figure 12: Customer support scenario describing the scenario of client, help desk, and support engineer
Figure 13: Customer support scenario describing the scenario of support engineer, manager, and back-end enterprise database
Figure 14: Data transfer in a customer support scenario
Figure 15: Integration of Motorola i85s with barcode reader

Chapter 4: Configuring M-Commerce Portals for Business Success

Figure 1: Integration: Primary key success factor for the m-portal

Chapter 5: Multimedia Computing Environment for Telemedical Applications

Figure 1: Bandwidth (log scale) requirements for applications
Figure 2: A cooperative diagnostic mobile environment

Chapter 6: Knowledge Discovery in Mobile Business Data

Figure 1: The data mining process
Figure 2: Linear regression to determine viability of business

Chapter 7: OntoQueryAn Evolutionary Approach for Query Formation and Information Retrieval

Figure 1: Relationship among agents
Figure 2: Illustration of using ontology to form queries
Figure 3: Illustration of sequence of events for finding ontology terms
Figure 4: Flowchart of the searching process
Figure 5: Screenshot of feedback frame
Figure 6: Illustration of mutating numerical constraints
Figure 7: An OntoQuery design using scrollbars for handheld devices
Figure 8: Trends for the correlations between mutated queries and original query
Figure 9: Graph of efficiency versus population size

Chapter 8: Modeling the Dynamics of Emerging Mobile Data Services Markets

Figure 1: Revealed segmentation for MDS
Figure 2: A needs-based marketing model

Chapter 9: Short Message Service (SMS) and its Applications

Figure 1: SMS growth: Current SMS messages per month (GSM Association, 2002)
Figure 2: GSM short message service network architecture
Figure 3: MO-SM message delivery
Figure 4: MT-SM message delivery
Figure 5: Example of chat instructions
Figure 6: Current Web-based TransSMS
Figure 7: TransSMS main screen
Figure 8: Message to be translated
Figure 9: Translated message
Figure 10: Proposed enhancement to TransSMS
Figure 11: TMTouch summons checkpoint service architecture
Figure 12: Departure information by flight number
Figure 13: Searching the Yellow Pages for an address and contact number of a foreign embassy

Chapter 10: Multimedia Messaging Peer

Figure 1: Client-server model
Figure 2: P2P model
Figure 3: Jxta software architecture
Figure 4: MMS peers and kiosk architecture
Figure 5: MMS kiosk environment architecture I
Figure 6: MMS kiosk environment architecture II
Figure 7: MMS composer design
Figure 8: MMS sender design
Figure 9: MMS player design
Figure 10: MMS search and share design
Figure 11: MMS Jxta service design
Figure 12: MMS kiosk design for Jxta-enabled PDAs
Figure 13: Kiosk design for non-Jxta-enabled PDAs
Figure 14: MMS player and sender
Figure 15: MMS search
Figure 16: MMS share
Figure 17: MMS composer
Figure 18: Navigation menu
Figure 19: Group menu
Figure 20: MMS main header decoder flowchart
Figure 21: MMS body part header decoder flowchart

Chapter 12: Agent-Based Secure E-Payment System in E-Commerce

Figure 1: SAFER agent communities
Figure 2: Buying behaviour model structure
Figure 3: Steps involved in SET
Figure 4: Cardholder registration process
Figure 5: Purchase request
Figure 6: Entities involved in SAFER e-payment system
Figure 7: Function modules in the agent butler
Figure 8: Modules that comprise the merchant host
Figure 9: Modules in CA
Figure 10: Modules in payment gateway
Figure 11: Agent butler modular structure
Figure 12: Agent dispatch option dialog
Figure 13: Authentication modular structures
Figure 14: Modular (class) structure of a mobile agent
Figure 15: Merchant host modules
Figure 16: Structure of a CA
Figure 17: Payment modules in the agent butler
Figure 18: Addition of another e-payment module
Figure 19: Virtual market architecture overview

Chapter 13: Quality of Perception in M-Commerce

Figure 1: The different perspectives of multimedia-enhanced B2C m-commerce
Figure 2: Integrating user considerations in an m-commerce architecture

Chapter 14: QoS-Oriented Medium Access Control for All-IP/ATM Mobile Commerce Applications

Figure 1: Alternative views of MPLS/ATM integration
Figure 2: The all-MPLS/ATM-MFMAC-based architecture for satellite networks
Figure 3: The time barrier problem illustration: a) MAC protocol efficiency degradation (average packet length is 1000 bit) and b) long-delay MAC characteristics
Figure 4: Illustrating the dynamic barrier problem: a) U-like catastrophic processes by adjusting of the superframe format and b) superframe format hopping by input traffic intensity variation
Figure 5: Adaptive RS-addressing and format of the ATM cells
Figure 6: Space-time diagram of long-delay TBR-RS MAC with parallel processing

Mobile Commerce Applications
Mobile Commerce Applications
ISBN: 159140293X
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2004
Pages: 154 © 2008-2017.
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