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ECBP411: Mobile Commerce

Description:Technologies, applications, services and opportunities accessible from mobile devices; Strengths, limitations, and opportunities of mobile devices; Mobile and wireless software and technology; Networking standards and regulations; Mobile data management and synchronization; Security issues; User interface design issues; Market development for mobile applications and value-added services; Location-based services.
Credit Hours.:3
Text Book: Mobile Commerce and Wireless Computing Systems, Geoffrey Elliott and Nigel Phillops, Addison Wesley,
Coordinator: Mohamed Adel Serhani
Topics Outline:
  1. Course Objectives and Outline M-commerce: definitions and context
  2. A Managerial overview of 2G, 2.5G and 3G
  3. A Managerial overview of WiFi and WiMax
  4. A Managerial overview of Bluetooth and RFID
  5. Wireless Application Protocol
  6. Mobile Internet and I-Mode
  7. Wireless programming for mobile devices
  8. Mobile Internet security
  9. A managerial overview of Web Services
  10. Pervasive and embedded mobile systems
  11. M-commerce business models
  12. Mobile Commerce & Mobile Enterprise Applications
Outcomes:
  1. Describe m-commerce and its applications
  2. Identify the communication and network needs for m-commerce deployment.
  3. Design m-commerce applications for mobile devices
  4. Evaluate operating systems for small devices,
  5. Apply security in m-commerce applications.
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Pre-requisiteECBP310: E-Commerce Principles
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