Design and development of an m-commerce environment: The E-CWE project
Source of Publication
Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce
We discuss the use of software agents in the design and development of an m-commerce environment. Software agents are considered because of their features, such as autonomy, sociability, and mobility. Users are currently struggling to complete their e-commerce transactions. For instance, they have to adapt their behaviors when they browse e-commerce sites. Conducting similar transactions from wireless devices (e.g., mobile phones) requires new approaches. Multiple issues, which vary from low bandwidth and high latency to screen sizes, are raised. The E-Commerce Through Wireless Devices project aims at investigating techniques and offering solutions to support users in undertaking m-commerce transactions.
Taylor and Francis Inc.
Business | Computer Sciences
M-commerce, Security, Software agents, Wireless devices
Maamar, Zakaria; Yahyaoui, Hamdi; and Mansoor, Wathiq, "Design and development of an m-commerce environment: The E-CWE project" (2004). All Works. 1194.
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