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URN etd-1124105-233712 Statistics This thesis had been viewed 3387 times. Download 1468 times. Author Jang-Young Chiu Author's Email Address firstname.lastname@example.org Department Computer Science and Enginerring Year 2004 Semester 2 Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis Language English Page Count 45 Title Design and Implementation of Convenient and Trusted Mobile Payment System Keyword Mobile Payment System micro-payment and P2P (person to person) B2C C2C e-Payment System e-Payment System C2C B2C and P2P (person to person) micro-payment Mobile Payment System Abstract As the developing of information technology, people nowadays can buy almost anything through the novel ways (ex. Internet、handset). But only cash and credit card are acceptable in most of the service providers and merchants. However, traditional payment schemes do not suffice for our needs as more novel commercial services and goods are provided through more novel ways. Therefore, this paper presents a new mobile e-Payment scheme to solve this problem.
The mobile e-Payment system, as we have mentioned here, is implementing the internet electronic payment (e-payment) into mobile handsets, which is only suitable for small payments with transactions of B2C (Business to Customer), C2C (Customer to Customer), and P2P (person to person). It satisfies the security, usability, interoperability, broadness, and low cost. The consumer and merchant can make transaction at anytime and in anywhere.
Advisor Committee Prof. Fu-Chiung Cheng - advisor
Dr. C. Jimmy Shih - co-chair
Dr. Ching-Long Yeh - co-chair
Files Date of Defense 2005-07-25 Date of Submission 2005-11-24