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Enabling Mobile Commerce Through Location Based Services [chapter]

Yufei Wu, Ji Li, Samuel Pierre
Intelligence in Communication Systems  
A killer application of m-commerce is Location Based Services (LBS). A host of new location-aware applications and services are emerging with significant implications for the future of m-commerce.  ...  The use of mobile telecommunications devices for commercial transactions, called mobile commerce (m-commerce), has been an emerging trend since the late 1990s.  ...  In the next stage of e-commerce and m-commerce development, location-based services (LBS) are expected to play an increasingly important role in helping to differentiate one service provider from another  ... 
doi:10.1007/0-387-32015-6_4 dblp:conf/intellcomm/0001LP05 fatcat:t6atxlkyezb25kdc34hiiihzbu

A product location framework for mobile commerce environment

Karlene Cousins, Upkar Varshney
2001 Proceedings of the 1st international workshop on Mobile commerce - WMC '01  
As many of these applications require location tracking of products, users, and services, support for location management has become a major issue in m-commerce.  ...  Recent advances in wireless networking, mobile technologies, and applications have led to the emergence of mobile commerce.  ...  CONCLUSIONS Based on research in the B2B e-commerce domain, an overview of location based applications and enabling technologies in mobile commerce and a framework that can serve as a guideline for facilitating  ... 
doi:10.1145/381461.381469 dblp:conf/wmc/CousinsV01 fatcat:dz4zq3bj2ngznjhjwaeducxjte

Emerging Value Propositions For M-Commerce

Irvine Clarke III
1970 Journal of business strategies  
Mobile e-commerce,commonly referred to as m-commerce, is the ability to purchase goodsanywhere through a wireless Internet-enabled device.  ...  Current e-commerce providers,engaged through mobile devices, will find advantage in developingunique m-commerce value propositions founded upon the specific dimensionsof: ubiquity, convenience, localization  ...  Mobile commerce, or m-commerce, is the ability to purchase goods anywhere through a wireless Internet-enabled device.  ... 
doi:10.54155/jbs.18.2.133-148 fatcat:tnzrpqtyy5h53cjtzqjr6c4ohi

Emerging Value Propositions For M-Commerce

Irvine Clarke III
1970 Journal of business strategies  
Mobile e-commerce,commonly referred to as m-commerce, is the ability to purchase goods anywherethrough a wireless Internet-enabled device.  ...  The proliferation of mobile Internet devices is creating an unparalleled opportunityfor e-commerce to leverage the benefits of mobility.  ...  Location-based marketing, via global positioning technology,3 will soon be available in all mobile devices. Through GPS technology, service providers can accurately identify the location ofthe user.  ... 
doi:10.54155/jbs.25.2.41-57 fatcat:yim7nmnc25e5ddv2vyvenaw6da

Mobile Commerce

Keng Siau, Ee-Peng Lim, Zixing Shen
2001 Journal of Database Management  
In an agent-based mobile commerce framework, one can also envision agents representing merchants, consumers, and other brokering services interacting with one another to enable electronic transactions  ...  While location-based services will make it possible for a carrier to know where you are, the problem of privacy has simultaneously emerged.  ... 
doi:10.4018/jdm.2001070101 fatcat:kxmfcyvkbne47jtblh6nf2xvqq

Mobile Commerce and Applications: An Exploratory Study and Review [article]

Khawar Hameed, Kamran Ahsan, Weijun Yang
2010 arXiv   pre-print
Mobile commerce is enabling the development of additional revenue streams for organizations through the delivery of chargeable mobile services.  ...  This paper presents a review of mobile commerce business models and their importance for the creation of mobile commerce solutions.  ...  The information services include simple services such as news, weather, stock information, as well as more complex location-based information services such as hotel location information and availability  ... 
arXiv:1004.4469v1 fatcat:c5qpclrjgrdllpc3z4jdi5uqhi

Commercial Utilization of Mobile RFID [chapter]

Ela Sibel Bayrak Meydanolu, Muge Klei
2013 Radio Frequency Identification from System to Applications  
RFID technology that is used in the context of physical mobile interaction is mobile RFID. This technology enables mobile devices with embedded micro RFID readers to read RFID tags [ ].  ...  Radio Frequency Identification RFID technology is one of the enabling technologies that turn mobile devices -commonly mobile phones -into readers of RFID tags attached to physical objects [ ].  ...  Mobile RFID enables also location-based mobile advertisements.  ... 
doi:10.5772/53480 fatcat:6gr22cl3jbactpai2pr3cv6cla

Integrating Mobile and Intelligent Agents in Advanced E-commerce: A Survey [chapter]

Ryszard Kowalczyk, Mihaela Ulieru, Rainer Unland
2003 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In particular it aims at providing a representative view of the current research trends in developing intelligent and mobile agentmediated e-commerce including location-aware, mobile and networked comparison-shopping  ...  e-commerce.  ...  Mall-wide services, such as directories and locators are available through the PDA connected to Fig. 5 .  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-36559-1_22 fatcat:6gwq5sea3fbvxnimt7ssv55unm

Enabling of the Ubiquitous e-Service Vision on the Internet

Sahai, Machiraju
2001 e-Service Journal  
Accessing e-services through mobile devices is often termed as m-commerce (as opposed to e-commerce, which assumes e-services being accessed by static users/e-services).  ...  Mobile users are tracked through schemes like GPS, which help determine their spatial location. Users often need location aware services.  ...  It is necessary to identify their location and provide them location-based services.  ... 
doi:10.2979/esj.2001.1.1.5 fatcat:dkjeo3rhyff75i6ceou7yirdke

Enabling of the Ubiquitous e-Service Vision on the Internet

Akhil Sahai, Vijay Machiraju
2001 e-Service Journal  
Accessing e-services through mobile devices is often termed as m-commerce (as opposed to e-commerce, which assumes e-services being accessed by static users/e-services).  ...  Mobile users are tracked through schemes like GPS, which help determine their spatial location. Users often need location aware services.  ...  It is necessary to identify their location and provide them location-based services.  ... 
doi:10.1353/esj.2001.0006 fatcat:eybf42u4bvbzrpqhqczekjdloi

A Survey Study on Consumer Perception of Mobile- Commerce Applications

Zhi-Shuang Chen, Rui Li, Xi Chen, Hao Xu
2011 Procedia Environmental Sciences  
This permits its users to engage in activities such as meeting with people or traveling while conducting transactions through their Internet-enabled mobile devices. ○ 2 Location-centric: Not only does  ...  Mobile devices are typically used by a sole individual, making them ideal for individual-based target marketing. Through GPS technology, service providers can accurately identify a user.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.proenv.2011.12.019 fatcat:3jkaaqeigfbx7fnvlbatpfjpwa

Developing E-Business Dynamic Capabilities: An Analysis of E-Commerce Innovation from I-, M-, to U-Commerce

Jen-Her Wu, Tzyh-Lih Hisa
2008 Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce  
(I-commerce) versus mobile commerce (M-commerce) versus ubiquitous commerce (U-commerce).  ...  This study uses an electronic commerce (E-commerce) innovation model to analyze the differences in technological knowledge, business model, and dynamic capability aspects used in Internet-enabled commerce  ...  enabled the exchange of goods and services through the Internet [10] .  ... 
doi:10.1080/10919390701807525 fatcat:dgxfvqxecfgbnif4bg6x44mdwe

Rapid Growth of Customer Use and Adoption of The Broadcasting Agent and Receivers: A Driving M-Commerce Factor

Trivedi Jaydipkumar Hitendrabhai
2011 IOSR Journal of Engineering  
The study also stating transaction of M-Commerce and its services. The study introducing an advance equation for deciding M-commerce driving factor.  ...  The success of M-commerce credit goes to the Mcommerce driving factors. The driving factor instruct that the factor which is responsible and necessary for enabling the M-Commerce.  ...  Technology -Mobile Multimedia -Using c-HTML -PC -WAP enable or c- HTML enable phone -Video Phone -Do not preserve Sequential in nature Case Transaction 3 : M-commerce transaction based  ... 
doi:10.9790/3021-0116165 fatcat:d6avwbvvgza5tgtdlci6btluum

Mobile Banking and its Benefits

Zahra Rahmani, Atusa Tahvildari, Hamideh Honarmand
2012 Oman Chapter of Arabian Journal of Business and Management Review  
Mobile banking is one of the areas mobile commerce that has extensive communications with other areas of mobile commerce.  ...  The one hand, mobile banking is associated with customers and on the other hand, is capable of other firms that are active in the field of electronic commerce, provide effective financial services.  ...  For example, people who are stuck in traffic or waiting in the queue Will be enable to buy their favorite Internet-based activities or managing their daily transactions through mobile commerce applications  ... 
doi:10.12816/0002266 fatcat:lm2uankrqzfhxpftgcgb4m4k5y

On the design of a mobile agent environment for context-aware M-commerce

Xining Li, Jiazao Lin, Lian Li
2010 2010 3rd International Conference on Computer Science and Information Technology  
M-commerce not only extends Internet-based Electronic commerce (E-commerce), but also offers a unique business opportunity with its own features, such as ubiquity, accessibility, portability, etc.  ...  Deploying mobile agents and context-awareness in Mcommerce can reduce unnecessary network traffic, tolerate poor network connectivity, provide more advanced services, support automation of decision-making  ...  enable technology and location transparent interactions between static and mobile agents, and enable agents to exchange messages in an Agent Communication Language (ACL).  ... 
doi:10.1109/iccsit.2010.5563704 fatcat:jxmmhppnj5cfzdm56lqpnsr77q
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