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International Conference on the Management of Mobile Business (ICMB 2007)

9-11 July 2007

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  • International Conference on the Management of Mobile Business - Cover

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  • International Conference on the Management of Mobile Business - Title

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  • International Conference on the Management of Mobile Business - Copyright

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  • International Conference on the Management of Mobile Business - Table of contents

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  • Message from the Chairs

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  • Organizing Committee

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  • Developing 3G Location Based Services: The Case of an Innovative Entertainment Guide Application

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    This paper presents the development of the "Entertainment Guide", a 3G location-based entertainment guide application for the outdoor environment. The focus of this research study is on the software support for location-based applications, especially designed for 3G mobile networks. Contrary to the majority of the available LBS applications, the current study deals with the design and the implemen... View full abstract»

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  • Estimating the Capacity of the Location - Based Advertising Channel

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    Delivering "relevant" advertisements to consumers carrying mobile devices is regarded by many as one of the most promising mobile business opportunities. The relevance of a mobile ad depends on at least two factors: (1) the proximity of the mobile consumer to the product or service being advertised, and (2) the match between the product or service and the interest of the mobile consumer. The inter... View full abstract»

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  • Applying Location-Aware Linkcell-Based Data Management to Context-Aware Mobile Business Services

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    Providing location-aware services to mobile users comes with an inherent service-degrading data management problem for which the location-aware linkcell-based data management method was developed as a solution. Context-aware services are often viewed as generalizations of location-aware services; thus, many context-aware application systems necessarily inherit the data management problems associat... View full abstract»

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  • What is the Influence of Context and Incentive on Mobile Commerce Adoption? A Case study of a GPS-based Taxi Dispatching System

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    Users may use a mobile service in various contexts. It is critical to study how users' perceptions and intentions are affected by context. At the same time, incentives such as financial rewards or mandatory usage policies may also affect users' behavior. We propose an acceptance model of mobile commerce with a consideration of context and incentive. We apply this model to the case of a GPS- based ... View full abstract»

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  • The benefit of using SIM application toolkit in the context of near field communication applications

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    NFC is one of the most promising technologies in handsets for business applications like ticketing or payment. Actually those applications require a secure store for keeping sensitive data. Using the SIM card as a removable secure element for proximity applications is one option. We will elaborate a comprehensive study on the requirements and impacts of using the SIM card as a secure store for pro... View full abstract»

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  • Mobile Electronic Signatures: Progression from Mobile Service to Mobile Application Unit

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    Since the electronic signature market in Europe got legal support in the form of EU Directive 1999/93/EC[1], various mobile signature service (MSS) architectures, which imply an intermediary role for MSS Providers, have been developed accordingly to those days' technical implementation possibilities. Today, the advanced level of mobile technology allows for more efficient architectures of mobile s... View full abstract»

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  • A Multi-Interface Proposal for IEEE 802.21 Media Independent Handover

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    In next-generation (NG) wireless networks, hybrid handover techniques are expected to enable the integration of heterogeneous networks, e.g. 3G cellular networks and 802.11 wireless LAN (WLAN). Media independent handover (MIH) has begun to be discussed in the latest IEEE 802.21 to accommodate multiple disparate interfaces in mobile handset. Multiple interfaces can come in a variety of ways to faci... View full abstract»

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  • Beyond Mere Compliance of RFID Regulations by the Farming Community: A Case Study of the Cochrane Dairy Farm

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    Radio-frequency identification (RFID) is changing the face of livestock identification and management. Beyond satisfying the regulations of government agencies for livestock to be a part of a national identification system for tracking purposes, farmers are now considering venturing beyond mere basic compliance systems. Once installed, farmers have begun to realize that their initial capital inves... View full abstract»

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  • ActiveForms: A Runtime for Mobile Application Forms

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    ActiveForms is a mobile centric runtime environment which provides users with a rich and unified experience for interacting over different communication channels. It provides mobile forms based user interface for interacting with the underlying mobile applications and services. ActiveForms provides a common runtime environment which helps to compose underlying applications and services along with ... View full abstract»

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  • Maintaining QoS During Handover Among Multiple Wireless Access Technologies

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    This paper presents a comparative analysis of alternative approaches that have been developed by IEEE, 3GPP and others for handover of PSTN and Internet sessions among multiple wireless technologies including UMTS, WiFi, WiMAX, Mobile-Fi and WPANs. It evaluates these approaches from the viewpoint of provision of QoS, Quality of Service, for seamless handover of voice, videophone, gaming, audio/vid... View full abstract»

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  • The Fragmentation of Standards in Mobile Digital Broadcast Carriers

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    A collection of standards (DVB-H, MediaFLO, DMB and others) compete globally for dominance as the standard radio carrier for mobile digital broadcasting. Based on outcomes of similar "standards wars", insights from multi-sided market theory and a set of structural (including political, regulatory, geographical and technical) constraints, it is argued that there is a significant drift towards a sta... View full abstract»

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  • Understanding the Mobile Experience Economy: A key to richer more effective M-Business Technologies, Models and Strategies

    Publication Year: 2007, Page(s): 12
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    A major challenge for firms these days is how to differentiate themselves in a global market and build competitive advantage. Many firms have been able to move up the value chain from a services base to an experience base as a means to attaining high levels of customer satisfaction and profitability. Consequently a better understanding of the experience economy will assist business managers and de... View full abstract»

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  • Where to Now? Generating Visions for mBusiness from the Drivers of Use

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    Harnessing the potential of mBusiness has proved significantly more difficult that initially expected. Despite high rates of diffusion and acceptance of mobile devices, there has only been modest uptake of mobile content services. Many of the early visions of mBusiness focused on the capabilities of technology whereas commercial success depends on the value derived from the application of technolo... View full abstract»

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  • Understanding Consumers' Expectations of Mobile Data Services in Australia

    Publication Year: 2007, Page(s): 14
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    The Australian mobile telecommunication industry has experienced a significant growth in the last few years. However, mobile data services which have the potential to increase the industry revenue significantly have not been used widely as predicted. At this stage, few studies have been conducted to explore the use of mobile data services in Australia. To better understand mobile phone users' expe... View full abstract»

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  • Motives and Barriers Affecting the Use of Mobile Data Services

    Publication Year: 2007, Page(s): 15
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    Studying the adoption and acceptance of mobile data services (MDS) has been an intriguing endeavour for quite some time. Much of the related literature is inspired by the technology acceptance model and its heirs. The study presented in this paper adopts an alternative perspective and proposes the study of MDS actual usage patterns under the lens of the Triandis theory of explaining human behaviou... View full abstract»

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  • Assessing Users' Attachment to Their Mobile Devices

    Publication Year: 2007, Page(s): 16
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    Mobile devices are often described as very personal objects and users are said to develop deep relationships with them. Motivated by such recurring statements, this paper introduces user-device attachment as a concept describing the relationship between users and their mobile devices. By drawing on literature from marketing, HCI, and sociology, the domain and dimensions of user-device attachment a... View full abstract»

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