Usable M-Commerce Systems: The Need of Model-Based Approaches

Usable M-Commerce Systems: The Need of Model-Based Approaches

John Krogstie (Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway), Petter Bae Brandtzaeg (SINTEF Telecom and Informatics, Norway), Jan Heim (SINTEF Telecom and Informatics, Norway) and Andreas L. Opdahl (University of Bergen, Norway)
Copyright: © 2003 |Pages: 15
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59140-052-3.ch009
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Abstract

Mobile solutions are becoming more and more common in e-commerce and are giving rise to a new breed of m-commerce systems, which are characterized, among other things, by strong demands on usability. This chapter discusses new challenges and possible solutions for developing and evolving usable m-commerce systems, with focus on model-based approaches. We have experienced these new challenges through several research and industrial projects on mobile solutions, usability and model-based approaches over the last years. In this chapter, we apply our experience to the emerging m-commerce field. We summarize the main challenges on how model-based approaches can support the development of usable m-commerce systems and indicate upcoming research issues in this very dynamic area. We argue that this research area is also timely, because the underlying technological infrastructure are just becoming sufficiently mature to make feasible research on personal, group and organizational issues, and not only on technical issues.

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Chapter 1
Keng Siau, Ee-Peng Lim, Zixing Shen
Advances in wireless technology increase the number of mobile device users and give pace to the rapid development of e-commerce using these devices.... Sample PDF
Mobile Commerce: Current States and Future Trends
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Chapter 2
Do van Thanh
This chapter considers mobile e-commerce on mobile phones and in particular GSM mobile phones. It is aiming at clarifying the differences between... Sample PDF
Mobile E-Commerce on Mobile Phones
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Chapter 3
Hong Va Leong
Advances in wireless communication technologies in the past decade have led to the emergence of e-commerce applications that can be executed on... Sample PDF
Transactional Database Accesses for M-Commerce Clients
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Chapter 4
Aslihan Celik, Anindya Datta
Data management issues related to organizing and retrieving information from wireless channels have posed challenges for the database community. In... Sample PDF
Techniques to Facilitate Information Exchange in Mobile Commerce
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Chapter 5
Sai Ho Kwok
In the future, intellectual property protection will be a need for distributed media in mobile multimedia. With the constraints of mobile commerce... Sample PDF
Digital Rights Management for Mobile Multimedia
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Chapter 6
Abhinav Vora, Zahir Tari, Peter Bertok
Robust mobile middlewares are crucial for online applications as they provide solutions for the core issues of mobility, data interoperability, and... Sample PDF
Predicate Based Caching for Large Scale Mobile Distributed On-line Applications
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Chapter 7
Jari Veijalainen, Mathias Weske
Mobile phones and other small and powerful portable devices have revolutionized personal communication and affected the lifestyles of the people in... Sample PDF
Modeling Static Aspects of Mobile Electronic Commerce Environments
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Chapter 8
Stuart James Barnes
The use of mobile telecommunications devices for commercial transactions, coined mobile (m-) commerce, has been an emerging trend since the late... Sample PDF
Known by the Network: The Emergence of Location-Based Mobile Commerce
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Chapter 9
John Krogstie, Petter Bae Brandtzaeg, Jan Heim, Andreas L. Opdahl
Mobile solutions are becoming more and more common in e-commerce and are giving rise to a new breed of m-commerce systems, which are characterized... Sample PDF
Usable M-Commerce Systems: The Need of Model-Based Approaches
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Chapter 10
Maristella Agosti, Nicola Ferro
In this work we present the problem of managing the interactions between handheld devices, mobile applications and users that are the three main... Sample PDF
Managing the Interactions Between Handheld Devices, Mobile Applications, and Users
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Chapter 11
Susy Chan, Xiaowen Fang
This chapter analyzes the critical issues confronting usability for mobile commerce (m-commerce) applications. Limited bandwidth and multiple form... Sample PDF
Mobile Commerce and Usability
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Chapter 12
James A. Rodger
This chapter is designed to relate the rationale used by the Department of Defense (DoD), for the military to adapt the principles of Mobile and... Sample PDF
Using Continuous Voice Activation Applications in Telemedicine to Transform Mobile Commerce
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Chapter 13
Ravi Kalakota, Marcia Robinson, Pavan Gundepudi
Streamlining supply chains is a high priority for corporations. In a volatile economy, customer satisfaction, market share and revenue growth become... Sample PDF
Mobile Applications for Adaptive Supply Chains: A Landscape Analysis
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