List of Figures

Chapter 2: Assessing the Market Potential of Network-Enabled 3G M-Business Services

Figure 1: M-Business and E-Business Distinctions Viewed in an Experience/ Function Framework
Figure 2: A Progressive Model of M-Business Value Addition
Figure 3: Illustrative Constellation of M-Business Solution Concepts
Figure 4: Core Dimensions for Comparing Network-Enabled M-Services
Figure 5: Enhancing M-Business Offerings via Experience/Function Improvements
Figure 6: Scenarios for Rising and Sinking ARPU Potentials for M-Business Offerings

Chapter 3: Mobile E-Commerce and the Wireless Worldwide Web: Strategic Perspectives on the Internet's Emerging Model

Figure 1: Japan's M-Commerce4
Figure 2: World Internet Usage4
Picture 1: Dual Slot Mobile Phone3
Picture 2: Smart Card3
Figure 3: Worldwide Mobile Commerce Use
Figure 4: Worldwide Handset Sales
Figure 1: Worldwide Internet Access by Device (1999–2004)

Chapter 4: Opportunities and Limitations in M-Commerce

Figure 1: Frequency Reuse
Figure 2: Overview of the Complete GSM System
Figure 3: The Wired and Mobile Web Server
Figure 4: The Architecture of i-Mode
Figure 5: Challenges in M-Commerce
Figure 6: M-Commerce Applications

Chapter 5: Understanding Emergent M-Commerce Services by using Business Network Analysis: The Case of Finland

Figure 1: Generic Model of ICT-Cluster
Figure 2: The Mobile Value-Web in Finland
Figure 3: The Distance/Magnitude Value Network of the Core Actors in the Finnish Mobile Cluster
Figure 4: Factors Influencing the Development of Mobile Services in Finland
Figure 5: Generic Content Creation Process
Figure 6: Mobile Telecommunications Business Field
Figure 7: Mobile Telecommunications Business Network

Chapter 6: Understanding the Mobile Consumer

Figure 1: Evolution of Wireless Networks (Adapted from ITU, 2001)
Figure 2: A Consumer-Centric M-Commerce Model (Coursaris & Hassanein, 2002)
Figure 3: M-Commerce Value Network (Coursaris & Hassanein, 2002)
Figure 4: Global Subscriber Base for Wires and Wireless Internet Access (Morrison, 2001)

Chapter 7: Intelligent Product Brokering and User Preference Tracking

Figure 1: Screenshot of Product Ontology
Figure 2: Agent GUI
Figure 3: Screenshot of the Monitoring Tool
Figure 4: Screenshot of an Agent's Database after Sorting
Figure 5: Evolution Process
Figure 6: Recommended List of Products
Figure 7: User Selection
Figure 8: Recommended List after Feedback
Figure 9: New Products Recommended by the Agents
Figure 10: Tracking Gradual Changes in User Preferences
Figure 11: Screenshot of a PDA with the Implemented GUI

Chapter 8: Directions in Wireless Telecommunications: Analytical and Operational Pathfinders

Figure 1: The Telecommunications Market—A Return to Normalcy
Figure 2: State, Gap and Trend Analysis
Figure 3: Hanging up on the Bells—Technology Elasticity and Service Substitution
Figure 4: Technology Adoption Rates
Figure 5: Typical Third-Party Market Study Slopes
Figure 6: Slope Analysis
Figure 7: Average Price/Minute for Mobile Telephone Service
Figure 8: Converging and Diverging Gross Margins
Figure 9: Inflection Point

Chapter 9: Wireless Middleware

Figure 1: Middleware in Distributed System Construction
Figure 2: Two-Way Message Queuing
Figure 3: X/Open XTP DTPM Model - 1991
Figure 4: The JMS Programming Model
Figure 5: The iBus/Mobile Architecture

Wireless Communications and Mobile Commerce
Wireless Communications and Mobile Commerce
ISBN: 1591402123
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2004
Pages: 139 © 2008-2017.
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