Mobile E-Commerce Analytical Essay by Nicky

A look at business issues in mobile e-commerce.
# 146240 | 2,811 words | 10 sources | MLA | 2010 | US


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Description:

This paper considers the importance of middleware in mobile e-commerce, seeing it as a potential solution for some of the issues faced in this emerging industry. First the paper defines cyber-foraging, which is comprised of a series of algorithms for creating Internet-aware mobile devices of all types to interconnect with data staging servers to gain access to Web. The role of location-aware middleware and multiple taxonomies is also discussed. Diagrams are included to further illustrate system definition and radio frequencies. The paper also describes how middleware applications have developed in the 21st century. The paper concludes by stating that the potential exists for creating location-centric middleware that securely personalizes content distribution while also providing for secure, highly tailored shopping and purchasing experiences as well.


Outline:

Introduction
Defining Cyber-Foraging in Mobile e-Commerce
Defining RFID in the Context of Mobile e-Commerce
Mobile e-Commerce Middleware Design Considerations
Context-Aware Middleware's Role in Mobile e-Commerce
Conclusion

From the Paper:

"Cyber-foraging is comprised of a series of algorithms for creating Internet-aware mobile devices of all types to interconnect with data staging servers to gain access to Web Services that have the potential to both content and online ordering of products and service. Implicit in any scenario that m-commerce would be used in is the need to support multiple classifications of a given user's interest, preferences and previous purchasing by website. This collection of data is typically called taxonomy. The ability of mobile computing device users to create multiple organizations of their preferences or taxonomies based both on their broader location-independent interests in addition to their location-specific preferences, along with the order state engine, are critical for mobile e-commerce to be effective and fulfill unmet needs of users."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Blair, G. S., Coulson, G., & Grace, P. Research directions in reflective middleware: the Lancaster experience, Proceedings of the 3rd workshop on Adaptive and reflective middleware (pp. 262-267). Toronto, Ontario, Canada: ACM Press. 2004.
  • Emmerich, W., Software engineering and middleware: a roadmap, Proceedings of the Conference on The Future of Software Engineering (pp. 117-129). Limerick, Ireland: ACM Press. 2000
  • Abdulbaset Gaddah, Thomas Kunz. A survey of middleware paradigms for mobile computing. Carleton University Systems and Computing Engineering, Technical Report SCE-03-16, July 2003.
  • B. Greenstein, D. Estrin, R. Govindan, S. Ratnasamy, and S.Difs: A distributed index for features in sensor networks. In First IEEE International Workshop on Sensor Network Protocols an Applications (SNPA 2003)
  • Juels. M.,RFID Security and Privacy: A Research Survey. Journal of Selected Areas in Communication (J-SAC) (pp. 300 - 325), New York, NY 2006.

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Mobile E-Commerce (2010, December 24) Retrieved August 24, 2019, from https://www.academon.com/analytical-essay/mobile-e-commerce-146240/

MLA Format

"Mobile E-Commerce" 24 December 2010. Web. 24 August. 2019. <https://www.academon.com/analytical-essay/mobile-e-commerce-146240/>

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