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.