Section 9 Portable Figuring and Business and Pervasive Processing

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´╗┐Section 9 Mobile Computing and Commerce and Pervasive Computing Jason C.H. Chen , Ph.D. Teacher of MIS Graduate School of Business Gonzaga University Spokane, WA 99223 USA chen@jepson.gonzaga.edu

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Learning Objectives Describe the versatile registering environment that backings m-trade (gadgets, programming, administrations). Depict the four noteworthy sorts of remote broadcast communications systems. Characterize portable trade and comprehend its relationship to e-business. Talk about the esteem included properties, advantages, and basic drivers of m-trade. Examine m-trade applications in back, shopping, publicizing, and arrangement of substance. Depict the utilization of m-business inside associations.

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Learning Objectives Understand B2B and store network administration utilizations of m-business. Depict buyer and individual uses of m-trade. Comprehend the innovations and potential utilization of area based m-business. Depict the significant inhibitors and boundaries of m-trade. Talk about the key qualities and current employments of unavoidable processing.

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9.1 Mobile Computing: Content, Infrastructure, and Services New Computing Environment: Mobile Computing Mobile gadgets individual advanced partner (PDA) A handheld PC essentially utilized for individual data administration cell phone Internet-empowered PDA that can bolster versatile applications Blackberry A handheld gadget chiefly utilized for email

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Mobile Computing: Content, Infrastructure, and Services

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Mobile Computing: Content, Infrastructure, and Services Conversion of gadgets These handheld gadgets mix blogging, Instant Messages, SMS, and different types of interpersonal interaction in which Web perusing is simple, particularly with a full console remote versatile registering (versatile figuring) Computing that associates a cell phone to a system or another figuring gadget, at whatever time, anyplace

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Mobile Computing: Content, Infrastructure, and Services Enabling Technologies for Mobile Computing Hardware and programming foundations that bolster the remote association incorporate Network get to focuses Mobile correspondences server switches Cellular transmitters and beneficiaries

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Mobile Computing: Content, Infrastructure, and Services Mobile Computing Software Mobile working framework Mobile application UI microbrowser Wireless Web program intended to work with little screens and restricted transfer speed and memory necessities Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) A suite of system conventions intended to empower various types of remote gadgets to get to WAP lucid records on an Internet-associated Web server

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Mobile Computing: Content, Infrastructure, and Services

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Mobile Computing: Content, Infrastructure, and Services Markup dialects Wireless Markup Language (WML) A scripting dialect used to make content in the WAP environment; in light of XML, less superfluous substance to expand speed Compact Hypertext Markup Language (cHTML) A scripting dialect used to make content in i-mode

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Mobile Computing: Content, Infrastructure, and Services Extensible Hypertext Markup Language (xHTML) A general scripting dialect; perfect with HTML; a standard set by W3 Consortium voice XML (VXML) An augmentation of XML intended to oblige voice

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Mobile Computing: Content, Infrastructure, and Services Supporting gadgets synchronization The trade of redesigned data with other processing gadgets Docking stations Attachable consoles Batteries Media players

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Mobile Computing: Content, Infrastructure, and Services Mobile Computing Services Short Message Service (SMS) A benefit that backings the sending and getting of short instant messages on cell phones Enhanced Messaging Service (EMS) An expansion of SMS that can send basic activity, modest pictures, sounds, and organized content

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Mobile Computing: Content, Infrastructure, and Services Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) The developing era of remote informing; MMS can convey rich media micropayments Electronic installments for little buy sums (by and large under $10)

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Mobile Computing: Content, Infrastructure, and Services Location-based administrations worldwide situating framework (GPS) A overall satellite-based following framework that empowers clients to decide their position anyplace on the earth Voice-bolster administrations intelligent voice reaction (IVR) A voice framework that empowers clients to ask for and get data and to enter and change information through a phone to a mechanized framework voice entrance A Web webpage with a sound interface that can be gotten to through a phone call

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9.2 Wireless Telecommunications Networks individual zone arrange (PAN) A remote broadcast communications arrange for gadget to-gadget associations inside a short range Bluetooth A set of media communications guidelines that empowers remote gadgets to speak with each other over short separations

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Wireless Telecommunications Networks Wireless Local Area Networks and Wi-fi remote neighborhood (WLAN) A media communications arrange that empowers clients to make short-run remote associations with the Internet or another system Wi-Fi (remote constancy) The regular name used to portray the IEEE 802.11 standard utilized on most WLANs

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Wireless Telecommunications Networks 802.11b The most prevalent Wi-Fi standard; it is cheap and offers adequate speed for most gadgets; in any case, impedance can be an issue 802.11a This Wi-Fi standard is quicker than 802.11b yet has a littler range 802.11g This quick yet costly Wi-Fi standard is for the most part utilized as a part of organizations

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Wireless Telecommunications Networks remote get to point An recieving wire that associates a cell phone to a wired LAN hotspot An region or point where a remote gadget can make an association with a remote neighborhood (utilizing Wi-Fi)

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Wireless Telecommunications Networks

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Wireless Telecommunications Networks Municipal Wi-fi Networks WiMax A remote standard (IEEE 802.16) for making broadband system associations over a medium size zone, for example, a city remote metropolitan territory arrange (WMAN) A media communications organize that empowers clients to make medium-extend remote associations with the Internet or another system

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Wireless Telecommunications Networks

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Wireless Telecommunications Networks WIRELESS WIDE AREA NETWORKS remote wide region arrange (WWAN) A broadcast communications arrange that offers remote scope over a substantial land region, ordinarily over a PDA arrange Physical topology of a WWAN endorser ID module (SIM) card An extractable capacity card utilized for ID, client area data, exchange handling, secure interchanges, and so on

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Wireless Telecommunications Networks WWAN correspondence data transmissions 1G The original of remote innovation, which was simple based 2G The second era of computerized remote innovation; suits voice and content 2.5G An between time remote innovation that can suit voice, content, and constrained design

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Wireless Telecommunications Networks 3G The third era of computerized remote innovation; underpins rich media, for example, video 3.5G This era was embedded into the positions of PDA eras; it alludes to the bundle changed advances used to accomplish higher transmission speeds 4G The expected up and coming era of remote innovation that will give speedier show of sight and sound

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Wireless Telecommunications Networks WWAN correspondence conventions Frequency Division Multiple Access (FDMA) Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA) Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) WWAN organize frameworks Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) An open, nonproprietary standard for versatile voice and information correspondences

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9.3 Mobile Commerce: Attributes, Benefits, and Drivers Mobile trade (m-trade, m-business): A characteristic expansion of e-business Mobile gadgets make a chance to convey new administrations to existing clients Any e-trade done in a remote domain, particularly by means of the Internet

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Mobile Commerce: Attributes and Benefits What are the two noteworthy hindrances? Geology Time Specific qualities of m-trade : convenientce : whenever, anyplace Benefits of significant worth included properties Ubiquity: continuous data Convenience: new advances Instant network: effectively and rapidly Personalization: for individual shoppers Localization of items and administrations Mobility Broad achieve (Location-based e-C; l-business)

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Exhibit The Characteristics of M-Commerce Value-included traits Characteristics Product and administration confinement Mobility Product personalization M-business Ubiquity upgrade Instant network Reachability Convenience

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Mobile Commerce: Attributes, Benefits, and Drivers

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Mobile Commerce: Attributes, Benefits, and Drivers of M-Commerce Widespread accessibility of all the more capable gadgets The handset culture The administration economy Vendor's push The portable workforce Increased versatility Improved cost/execution Improvement of transmission capacity

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9.4 Mobile Financial Applications Mobile Banking and Financial Services Customers can utilize their versatile handsets to get to record equalizations, pay bills, and exchange stores utilizing SMS Wireless Electronic Payment Systems Wireless installment frameworks change cell phones into secure, independent obtaining bolster apparatuses able to do quickly approving installments over the cell arrange m-wallet (versatile wallet) Technologies that empower cardholders to make buys with a solitary snap from their remote gadget

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