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Mobile Business, International Conference on (2005)
Sydney, Australia
July 11, 2005 to July 13, 2005
ISBN: 0-7695-2367-6
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction

Program Committee (PDF)

pp. xiv-xv

Additional Reviewers (PDF)

pp. xvi-xvii
Session 1A: mTransformation

Novel User-Centric Model for m-Business Transformation (Abstract)

Doan B. Hoang , University of Technology - Sydney
Joe C. Chan , University of Technology - Sydney
pp. 3-8
Session 1B: Privacy and Security I

SPAM: Secure Protocol for Authentication in Mobile-Communications (Abstract)

Ashutosh Saxena , Institute for Development and Research in Banking Technology
Manik Lal Das , Institute for Development and Research in Banking Technology
pp. 23-27

A Two-Factor Mobile Authentication Scheme for Secure Financial Transactions (Abstract)

Roberto Di Pietro , University of "La Sapienza" Rome
Maurizio A. Strangio , University of "Tor Vergata" Rome
Gianluigi Me , University of "Tor Vergata" Rome
pp. 28-34
Session 1C: Case Studies

Mobile Customer Relationship Management: An Explorative Investigation of the Italian Consumer Market (Abstract)

Filippo Renga , Politecnico of Milan
Giovanni Camponovo , University of Lausanne
Yves Pigneur , University of Lausanne
Andrea Rangone , Politecnico of Milan
pp. 42-48

The Impact of Wireless Field Force Automation on New Zealand Trade Services Organizations (Abstract)

Stuart J. Barnes , University of East Anglia
Eusebio Scornavacca , University of Wellington
Douglas Innes , University of Wellington
pp. 49-55
Session 1D: Content Innovation in the Mobile Arena I

Mobile Phone-Enhanced User Interface of Remote Monitoring System (Abstract)

Makoto Ooga , Kagawa University
Osamu Sadayuki , Sharp Business Computer
Daisuke Yamane , Cmicro Incorporated
Yoshiro Imai , Kagawa University
Yutaka Iwamoto , Cmicro Incorporated
Shin'ichi Masuda , Cmicro Incorporated
pp. 63-68

Using Wireless Personal Digital Assistants in a Restaurant: Impact and Perceived Benefits (Abstract)

Eusebio Scornavacca , Victoria University of Wellington
Hans Lehmann , Victoria University of Wellington
Mishul Prasad , Victoria University of Wellington
pp. 69-74

Emerging Issues in Location Based Tourism Systems (Abstract)

Devon Nugent , University of Queensland
Sue Foster , Monash University
Pramod Sharma , University of Queensland
Paul Hawking , Victoria University
John Zeleznikow , Victoria University
Andrew Stein , Victoria University
Linda Dawson , Monash University
pp. 75-81
Session 1E: Mobile Business Processes I

Managing Inter-Organizational Business Processes Using an Architecture for M-Business Scenarios (Abstract)

Otmar Adam , German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence
Pavlina Chikova , German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence
Anja Hofer , German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence
pp. 82-88

A Framework for Integrating Mobility into Collaborative Business Processes (Abstract)

Robert Steele , University of Technology - Sydney
Igor Hawryszkiewycz , University of Technology - Sydney
pp. 89-93

Improving Business Processes with Mobile Workforce Solutions (Abstract)

Martijn H?nteler , LogicaCMG
Geleyn Meijer , LogicaCMG and University of Amsterdam
Yan Wang , Delft University of Technology
Els van de Kar , Delft University of Technology
pp. 94-102
Session 2A: Mobile Entertainment I

Ubitem: A Framework for Interactive Marketing in Location-Based Gaming Environment (Abstract)

Mun-Kee Choi , Information and Communications University
Sang-Yeal Han , Information and Communications University
Moon-Kyo Cho , Information and Communications University
pp. 103-108

A Framework with a Peer Fostering Mechanism for Mobile P2P Game Development (Abstract)

Heiko Wolf , University of Otago
Mengqiu Wang , University of Otago
pp. 109-115
Session 2B: Privacy and Security II

Security Risks in Mobile Business (Abstract)

Rodger Jamieson , University of New South Wales
David Phu , Westpac
pp. 121-127
Session 2C: Personalised Mobile Applications

Time Based Personalization for the Moving User (Abstract)

Christoforos Panayiotou , University of Cyprus
George Samaras , University of Cyprus
Maria Andreou , University of Cyprus
Andreas Pitsillides , University of Cyprus
pp. 128-136

Mobile Recommendation Systems for Decision Making "On the Go" (Abstract)

Hans van der Heijden , University of Surrey
Reinhard Kronsteiner , Johannes Kepler University Linz
Gabriele Kotsis , Johannes Kepler University Linz
pp. 137-143
Session 2D: Content Innovation in the Mobile Arena II

Business Networks and New Mobile Service Development (Abstract)

Marko T. Heikkinen , University of Oulu
Johanna Still , University of Oulu
pp. 144-151
Session 2E: Mobile Business Processes II

MOSES — A Mobile Safety System for Work Clearance Processes (Abstract)

Stefan Schmid , College of Information Technology
Christian Domscha , College of Information Technology
Werner Kurschl , College of Information Technology
pp. 166-172
Session 3A: Mobile Entertainment II

Evolution of 3D Games on Mobile Phones (Abstract)

Paul Coulton , Lancaster University
Fadi Chehimi , Lancaster University
Reuben Edwards , Lancaster University
pp. 173-179

Mobile Operator Publishing and Entertainment Platform (Abstract)

Tom Pfeifer , Waterford Institute of Technology
Conor Ryan , Waterford Institute of Technology
Barry Downes , Waterford Institute of Technology
pp. 180-186

Mobile Entertainment: Review and Redefine (Abstract)

Pang Leang Hiew , Monash University Malaysia
Chin Chin Wong , Monash University Malaysia
pp. 187-192
Session 3C: Architectural and Modelling Issues

Architectures for Mobile Device Integration into Service-Oriented Architectures (short paper) (Abstract)

Ingrid Duda , University of Mannheim
Thomas Butter , University of Mannheim
Markus Aleksy , University of Mannheim
pp. 193-198
Session 3D: Mobile e-Learning

ARIS MOBILE: Helping to Define the Future of Mobile Learning (Abstract)

Anja Hofer , German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence
Gunnar Martin , German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence
Guido Grohmann , German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence
pp. 213-219

Does Team Size Matter in Mobile Learning? (Abstract)

Gerhard Schwabe , University of Zurich
Christoph G? , University of Zurich
Dirk Frohberg , University of Zurich
pp. 227-234
Session 3E: Wireless Sensor Networks

Wireless Remote Healthcare Monitoring with Motes (Abstract)

Einstein Lubrin , University of Technology - Sydney
Elaine Lawrence , University of Technology - Sydney
Karla Felix Navarro , University of Technology - Sydney
pp. 235-241

Smart Sensor Networks: Communication, Collaboration and Business Decision Making in Distributed Complex Environments (Abstract)

Alankar Karol , University of Technology - Sydney
Mary-Anne Williams , University of Technology - Sydney
Christopher Stanton , University of Technology - Sydney
Michael Hecker , University of Technology - Sydney
pp. 242-248
Session 4A: Interaction Design and Mobile Business I

Contextual Perceived Usefulness? Toward an Understanding of Mobile Commerce Acceptance (Abstract)

JongKun Jun , Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
ThaeMin Lee , Dongseo University
pp. 255-261

The Disappearance of the Screen — Research on Audible Interfaces in the Ubiquitous Computing Environment (Abstract)

Thomas Nicolai , University of St. Gallen
Florian Resatsch , University of the Arts Berlin
Daniel Michelis , University of St. Gallen
Thomas Schildhauer , University of the Arts Berlin
pp. 262-266
Session 4B: Mobile Services in the Financial Services Industry

Adaptive Data Delivery Framework for Financial Time Series Visualization (Abstract)

Chak-man Ng , Hong Kong Institute of Vocational Education (Chai Wan)
Tak-chung Fu , Hong Kong Polytechnic University and Hong Kong Institute of Vocational Education (Chai Wan)
Chun-fai Lam , Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Robert Luk , Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Fu-lai Chung , Hong Kong Polytechnic University
pp. 267-273

Spanish Mobile Banking Services: An Adoption Study (Abstract)

Juli? Chaparro Pel?ez , Universidad Polit?cnica de Madrid
F. Javier Martinez Borreguero , Universidad Polit?cnica de Madrid
pp. 274-280
Session 4C: Government/Regulatory Issues

WLAN Communities and Internet Access Sharing: A Regulatory Overview (Abstract)

Davide Cerutti , University of Lausanne
Giovanni Camponovo , University of Lausanne
pp. 281-287

Simple Implementation Framework for m-Government Services (Abstract)

Agnimitra Biswas , IBM Global Services India
Amitava Mukherjee , Royal Institute of Technology and IBM Global Services India
pp. 288-293
Session 4D: Mobile Marketing I

Mobile Marketing: Killer Application or New Hype? (Abstract)

Eusebio Scornavacca , Victoria University Wellington
Patricia McManus , Macquarie University
pp. 294-300

Performance Measurement of Mobile Marketing in Multi-Channel Environments (Abstract)

Susanne Glissmann , University of St.Gallen
Ragnar Schierholz , University of St.Gallen
Lutz M. Kolbe , University of St.Gallen
Alexander Ostrowski , University of St.Gallen
Walter Brenner , University of St.Gallen
pp. 301-307
Session 5A: Interaction Design and Mobile Business II

Proposition of an M-Business Procedure Model for the Development of Mobile User Interfaces (Abstract)

Susanne Glissmann , University of St.Gallen
Lutz Kolbe , University of St.Gallen
Walter Brenner , University of St.Gallen
Ragnar Schierholz , University of St.Gallen
Stefan Smolnik , European Business School
pp. 308-314

From Stationary Work Support to Mobile Work Support: A Theoretical Framework (Abstract)

Yufei Yuan , McMaster University
Wuping Zheng , McMaster University
pp. 315-321
Session 5C: Adoption of Mobile Technology I

Mobile Technology Adoption for Mobile Information Systems: An Activity Theory Perspective (Abstract)

Michael Er , University of Technology - Sydney
Robert Kay , University of Technology - Sydney
pp. 322-325

Acceptance and Perceptions of Advanced Mobile Services: Alterations during a Field Study (Abstract)

Lars Knutsen , Copenhagen Business School
Jan Damsgaard , Copenhagen Business School
Ioanna D. Constantiou , Copenhagen Business School
pp. 326-332
Session 6A: Beyond Mobile: What Comes Next?

The Web of Augmented Physical Objects (Abstract)

Thomas Nicolai , University of St. Gallen
Daniel Michelis , University of St. Gallen
Florian Resatsch , University of Arts Berlin
pp. 340-346
Session 6B: Mobile Payments II

Merchant Adoption of Mobile Payment Systems (Abstract)

Virpi Kristiina Tuunainen , Helsinki School of Economics
Niina Mallat , Helsinki School of Economics
pp. 347-353
Session 6C: Adoption of Mobile Technology II

Exploring Early Usage Patterns of Mobile Data Services (Abstract)

George M. Giaglis , Athens University of Economics and Business
Maria Bina , Athens University of Economics and Business
pp. 363-369

The Role of Marketing in the Adoption of New Mobile Services: Is it Worth the Investment? (Abstract)

Ioanna Constantiou , Copenhagen Business School
Jan Damsgaard , Copenhagen Business School
Jennifer Blechar , University of Oslo
pp. 370-376
Session 6D: Mobile Marketing II
Session 7B: Mobile Payments III

Pre-Standardisation of Mobile Payments: Negotiations within Consortia (Abstract)

Andriew S. Lim , Technische Universiteit Eindhoven
pp. 392-399

MMPS: A Versatile Mobile-to-Mobile Payment System (Abstract)

Manik Lal Das , Institute for Development and Research in Banking Technology
Ashutosh Saxena , Institute for Development and Research in Banking Technology
Anurag Gupta , ZERO-Mass Consortium
pp. 400-405
Session 7C: Adoption of Mobile Technology III

Predicting Consumer Intention to Use Mobile Commerce in Taiwan (Abstract)

Hsin-Hui Lin , National Taichung Institute of Technology
Yi-Shun Wang , National Changhua University of Education
pp. 406-412

Market Acceptance for the Satellite DMB (Digital Multimedia Broadcasting) Services in Korea (Abstract)

Hyun-Soo Han , Hanyang University
Jeong-Su Lee , Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute
Yeong -Wha Sawng , Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute
pp. 413-419
Session 7D: Mobile Marketing III

Service Diffusion Strategies for Push to Talk over Cellular (Abstract)

Timo Ali-Vehmas , Helsinki University of Technology
Sakari Luukkainen , Helsinki University of Technology
pp. 427-433

Consumers Perceptions and Attitudes towards SMS Mobile Marketing in New Zealand (Abstract)

Stuart J. Barnes , University of East Anglia
Amy Carroll , Victoria University of Wellington
Eusebio Scornavacca , Victoria University of Wellington
pp. 434-440

Perspectives of Mobile Advertising in Greek Market (short paper) (Abstract)

Nikos Androulidakis , Nottingham Trent University
Iosif Androulidakis , University of Ioannina
pp. 441-444
Session 7E: Mobile Applications

Speech Interface: An Enhancer to the Acceptance of M-Commerce Applications (Abstract)

Yandong Fan , Monash University
Jan Newmarch , Monash University
Anthony Saliba , Telstra Research Lab
Elizabeth A. Kendall , Monash University
pp. 445-451

Technology Assessment for Single Stage and Multi-Stage Mobile Applications (Abstract)

R. D. Haylock , University of Technology Sydney
K. Sandrasegaran , University of Technology Sydney
J. J. Haagsma , University of Technology Sydney
pp. 452-456

Contextual Replication for Mobile Users (Abstract)

Douglas B. Terry , Cogenia, Inc.
Ed Swierk , Cogenia, Inc.
Murali Rangan , Cogenia, Inc.
pp. 457-463
Session 8A: Mobile Health I

A Mobile Medical Monitoring System: Concept, Design and Deployment (Abstract)

Michael Biemer , HUEBINET Informations-management GmbH & CoKG
J. Felix Hampe , University of South Australia
pp. 464-471

Wireless Solutions Developed for the Australian Healthcare: A Review (Abstract)

San Murugesan , Southern Cross University
Raj Gururajan , University of Southern Queensland
pp. 472-478
Session 8B: Mobile Technologies

Identity Management in Vertical Handovers for UMTS-WLAN Networks (Abstract)

Xiaoan Huang , University of Technology Sydney
Kumbesan Sandrasegaran , University of Technology Sydney
Mo Li , University of Technology Sydney
pp. 479-484

ZoneIT: Using Short-Range Radios to Control Mobile Device Functionality (Abstract)

Agus Salim , University of New South Wales
Tim Moors , University of New South Wales
Marvyn Mei , University of New South Wales
pp. 485-491
Session 8C: Mobile Content Distribution

Analysis, Specification and Generation of Mobile Computer Data Synchronisation (Abstract)

Qingsong Ye , Macquarie University
Anthony M. Sloane , Macquarie University
Dominic R. Verity , Macquarie University
pp. 499-506
Session 8D: Mobile Information Retrieval

Using the Novel FLC Dynamic Buffer Size Tuning Technique to Support More Dependable Location-Aware Information Retrieval (Abstract)

Wilfred W. K. Lin , Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Allan K. Y. Wong , Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Tharam S. Dillon , University of Technology Sydney
pp. 507-513

RTPD/MACSC: A Novel Approach for Effective Pervasive Information Retrieval (Abstract)

Tharam S. Dillon , University of Technology Sydney
Richard S. L. Wu , Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Allan K. Y. Wong , Hong Kong Polytechnic University
pp. 514-520
Session 9A: Mobile Health II

A Functional Framework of Ambient iCare e-Services for Quality Aging (Abstract)

Wei-Lun Chang , National ChengChi University
I-Chien Lin , National ChengChi University
pp. 521-527

Wireless and Wearable Overview: Stages of Growth Theory in Medical Technology Applications (Abstract)

Elaine Lawrence , University of Technology Sydney
Pauline (Hui Ying) Ooi , University of Technology Sydney
Gordana Culjak , University of Technology Sydney
pp. 528-536
Session 9B: Mobile Agents I

Distributed Sendbox Scheme for Mobile Agent Communication (Abstract)

Wen-Kui Chang , Tunghai University
Hsiao-Hong Tsai , Tunghai University
Fang-Yie Leu , Tunghai University
pp. 545-550
Session 9C: Mobile Network Management

Impacts and Cost of Faults on Services in Cellular Networks (Abstract)

Okuthe P. Kogeda , University of the Western Cape
Johnson I. Agbinya , University of Technology Sydney
Christian W. Omlin , University of the South Pacific
pp. 551-555

MACAM — Mobile Administration and Control Access Management in Networking (Abstract)

Tuan Loc Nguyen , University Paris 6
Guy Pujolle , University Paris 6
Laurent Ouakil , University Paris 6
pp. 556-558
Session 10A: Mobile Middleware and Mobile Environments

Scalable M-Commerce and Load Balancing Technique Using Cost Based Approach (Abstract)

Tze-Haw Huang , University of Western Sydney
Jim Wu , University of Western Sydney
pp. 559-564

A Context-Sensitive Service Discovery Protocol for Mobile Computing Environments (Abstract)

Ricky Robinson , University of Queensland
Jadwiga Indulska , University of Queensland
pp. 565-572
Session 10B: Mobile Agents II
Session 10C: Mobile Networking I

Mobile Station Location Based on Hybrid of Signal Strength and Time of Arrival (Abstract)

Wathiq Mansoor , Zayed University
Ghassan Kbar , American University in Dubai
pp. 585-591

Optimal Placement of Access Point in WLAN Based on a New Algorithm (Abstract)

Julien Ugon , University of Ballarat
S. Kouhbor , University of Ballarat
Alex Kruger , University of Ballarat
Alex Rubinov , University of Ballarat
pp. 592-598
Session 11B: Fixed versus Wireless Networks

Methodology for the Assessment of Emerging Wireless and Wireline Telecommunications Technologies (Abstract)

J. J. Haagsma , University of Technology Sydney
K. Sandrasegaran , University of Technology Sydney
R. D. Haylock , University of Technology Sydney
pp. 599-604

Emerging Markets and Benefits of Fixed to Wireless Substitution in Africa (Abstract)

Yang Li , University of the Western Cape
Johnson I. Agbinya , University of Technology Sydney
pp. 605-609
Session 11C: Mobile Networking II

A Simulative Study on the Performance of Fast Signaling in a Mobile IPv6-Wireless LAN Based Network Environment (Abstract)

Joachim Fabini , Vienna University of Technology
Rainer Huber , Vienna University of Technology
Norbert Jordan , Vienna University of Technology
pp. 610-615

Wireless VPNs: An Evaluation of QoS Metrics and Measures (Abstract)

Seyed A. Shahrestani , University of Western Sydney
Kumudu S. Munasinghe , University of Western Sydney
pp. 616-622
Session 11D: RFID

The Pros and Cons of RFID in Supply Chain Management (Abstract)

Katina Michael , University of Wollongong
Luke McCathie , University of Wollongong
pp. 623-629

RFID-Based Logistics Control System for Business-to-Business E-Commerce (Abstract)

Lei Ye , Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Henry C. B. Chan , Hong Kong Polytechnic University
pp. 630-636
Session 3B: Privacy, Security, and Trust Management III

Security Issues in SIP Signaling in Wireless Networks and Services (Abstract)

Elthea T. Lakay , University of the Western Cape
Johnson I. Agbinya , University of Technology Sydney
pp. 639-642

Introduction of 3rd Generation Wireless Services in a Multi-Enterprise VPN Environment: Case of the Port of Rotterdam (Abstract)

P. van de Coterlet , Rotterdam School of Management
L. F. J. M. Pau , Rotterdam School of Management
R. A. Zuidwijk , Rotterdam School of Management
H. Chen , Rotterdam School of Management
pp. 643-646

A Framework of Privacy Shield in Organizational Information Systems (Abstract)

Geoff Skinner , Curtin University of Technology
Song Han , Curtin University of Technology
Elizabeth Chang , Curtin University of Technology
pp. 647-650

Mobile Ticketing System Employing TrustZone Technology (Abstract)

Wan Huzaini Wan Hussin , Lancaster University
Reuben Edwards , Lancaster University
Paul Coulton , Lancaster University
pp. 651-654
Session 5B: Mobile Payments I

A Proposal for a Multi-Perspective Analysis of the Mobile Payment Environment (Abstract)

Jan Ondrus , University of Lausanne
Yves Pigneur , University of Lausanne
Giovanni Camponovo , University of Lausanne
pp. 659-662
Session 7A: Interaction Design and Mobile Business III

Use Scenarios: A Useful Design Tool for mBusiness (Abstract)

Kirsten Sadler , University of Technology Sydney
Melanie Kan , University of Technology Sydney
Toni Robertson , University of Technology Sydney
pp. 671-674
Session 10D: Mobile Technologies and Adoption
Session 11A: Mobile Middleware and Networking

UWB Signal Bandwidth Expansion and Synthesis Using Prolate and Wavelet Functions (Abstract)

Ha Dang Truong , University of Technology Sydney
Johnson I Agbinya , University of Technology Sydney
pp. 686-689

A Middleware-Based Script Language (Abstract)

Varadharajan Vijay , Macquarie University
Zao-Bin Gan , Huazhong University of Science & Technology and Macquarie University
Ching Lin , Macquarie University
pp. 690-693

A Middleware for Supporting Context-Aware Services in Mobile and Ubiquitous Environment (Abstract)

Hyun Kim , Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute
Nam-Shik Park , Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute
Kang-Woo Lee , Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute
pp. 694-697
Author Index

Author Index (PDF)

pp. 699-701
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