Mobile Computing: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1605660558
  • ISBN-13: 9781605660554
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 3507 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2008 | Published/Released April 2009
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2008

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Covers specific topics, recent trends and describes the latest advances in mobile computing. Includes topic areas such as mobile devices, surveillance technologies, and wireless communications.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Other Frontmatter.
Other Frontmatter.
List of Contributors.
An Introduction to Mobile Technology and Its Applications: A Data-Centric Perspective.
About the Editor.
1: Fundamental Concepts and Theories.
2: Ubiquitous Access to Information Through Portable, Mobile and Handheld Devices.
3: Mobile Computing and Commerce Framework.
4: Mobile Electronic Commerce.
5: Mobile Communications and Mobile Commerce: Conceptual Frames to Grasp the Global Tectonic Shifts.
6: Adoption and Diffusion of M-Commerce.
7: Evolution of Mobile Commerce Applications.
8: Context-Awareness in Mobile Commerce.
9: Context as a Necessity in Mobile Applications.
10: A Proposed Framework for Mobile Services Adoption: A Review of Existing Theories, Extensions, and Future Research Directions.
11: Mobile Learning: Learning on the Go.
12: Environments for Mobile Learning.
13: Mobile Education: Lessons Learned.
14: Anywhere, Anytime Learning Using Highly Mobile Devices.
15: Current Status of Mobile Wireless Technology and Digital Multimedia Broadcasting.
16: Mobile Portals.
17: Mobile Portals as Innovations.
18: Mobile Portals for Knowledge Management.
19: Mobile Knowledge Management.
20: Assessing Human Mobile Computing Performance by Fitts' Law.
21: Evaluating Mobile Human-Computer Interaction.
22: Mobile Public Relations Strategies.
23: Introducing Mobile Government.
24: Key Issues in Mobile Marketing: Permission and Acceptance.
25: Dynamic Pricing Based on Net Cost for Mobile Content Services.
26: A Technology Intervention Perspective of Mobile Marketing.
27: Definitions, Key Characteristics, and Generations of Mobile Games.
28: Mobile Agents.
29: Protection of Mobile Agent Data.
30: Indexing Mobile Objects: An Overview of Contemporary Solutions.
31: Database Queries in Mobile Environments.
32: A Taxonomy of Database Operations on Mobile Devices.
33: Addressing the Credibility of Mobile Applications.
34: Development and Design Methodologies.
35: Developing Smart Client Mobile Applications.
36: Engineering Wireless Mobile Applications.
37: Conceptual Framework for Mobile-Based Application in Healthcare.
38: Design of an Enhanced 3G-Based Mobile Healthcare System.
39: The M-Health Reference Model: An Organizing Framework for Conceptualizing Mobile Health Systems.
40: Design Methodology for Mobile Information Systems.
41: Distribution Patterns for Mobile Internet Applications.
42: Web-Based Seamless Migration for Task-Oriented Mobile Distance Learning.
43: TCP Enhancements for Mobile Internet.
44: A Cooperative Framework for Information Browsing in Mobile Environment.
45: Describing the Critical Factors for Creating Successful Mobile Data Services.
46: A Design Framework for Mobile Collaboration.
47: Interface Design Issues for Mobile Commerce.
48: Handheld Computing and Palm OS Programming for Mobile Commerce.
49: Privacy-Preserving Transactions Protocol Using Mobile Agents with Mutual Authentication.
50: Robust Algorithms for DOA Estimation and Adaptive Beamforming in Wireless Mobile Communications.
51: Mobile Information Filtering.