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Mobile Business, International Conference on (2006)
Copenhagen, Denmark
June 26, 2006 to June 27, 2006
ISBN: 0-7695-2595-4
pp: 39
Julian Newman , Glasgow Caledonian University, UK
Peter Barrie , Glasgow Caledonian University, UK
Stuart Landsburgh , Glasgow Caledonian University, UK
Andreas Komninos , Glasgow Caledonian University, UK
Given mobile phone penetration statistics and current mobile phone technical specifications, it is apparent that in developed countries, the majority of citizens carry not just mobile phones, but true mobile computing devices. These devices are still primarily used for telephony, although information access is slowly emerging as a popular service on these devices. Despite the availability of network connectivity and device characteristics that make Information Access possible, this is currently generally confined to accessing the WWW. While useful, this method is not the best way of providing information access to mobile devices. This paper discusses current research in the use of mobile services and proceeds by presenting a background on an infrastructure for a focused information access application for mobile commerce. Through this background, we discuss the need for embedding multi-dimensional context awareness into the design of applications that provide dedicated, targeted and personalised information access to users, and describe the dimensional vectors necessary for the acquisition of contextual information. Further to this, the paper highlights the challenges that must be overcome in obtaining contextual information on a mobile computing scenario, as required by the design we propose.
Julian Newman, Peter Barrie, Stuart Landsburgh, Andreas Komninos, "me-Commerce: An Infrastructure for Personal Predictive Mobile Commerce", Mobile Business, International Conference on, vol. 00, no. , pp. 39, 2006, doi:10.1109/ICMB.2006.29
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