IFIP TC6 Open Digital Library

MOBIS 2004: Oslo, Norway

Mobile Information Systems, IFIP TC 8 Working Conference on Mobile Information Systems (MOBIS), 15-17 September 2004, Oslo, Norway

Elaine Lawrence, Barbara Pernici, John Krogstie

ISBN: 0-387-22851-9


Contracts for defining QoS levels in a Multi-channel Adaptive Information System.

M. Callea, L. Campagna, Maria Grazia Fugini, Pierluigi Plebani


Action, interaction and the role of ambiguity in the introduction of mobile information systems in a UK Police Force.

David Allen, T. D. Wilson


Towards a Service-Oriented Architecture.

Karl Rehrl, Manfred Bortenschlager, Siegfried Reich, Harald Rieser, Rupert Westenthaler


A Task-Based Framework For Mobile Applications To Enhance Salespersons' Performance.

Chihab BenMoussa


Conceptual Modeling of Styles For Mobile Systems.

Reiko Heckel, Ping Guo


A multimodal context aware mobile maintenance terminal for noisy environments.

Fredrik Vraalsen, Trym Holter, Ingrid Storruste Svagård, Øyvind Kvennås


Workflow Partitioning in Mobile Information Systems.

Luciano Baresi, Andrea Maurino, Stefano Modafferi


An Approach to Multimodal and Ergonomic Nomadic Services- A research experience and a vision for the future.

Marco Riva, Massimo Legnani


Towards Highly Adaptive Services for Mobile Computing.

Alessandra Agostini, Claudio Bettini, Nicolò Cesa-Bianchi, Dario Maggiorini, Daniele Riboni, Michele Ruberl, Cristiano Sala, Davide Vitali


Analysis of Mobile Commerce Performance by using the Task-Technology Fit.

Kun Chang Lee, Sangjae Lee, Jinsung Kim


User-Centered Design Of Mobile Services For Tourists: A Case Study Of Student Work On Mobile Design.

Franck Tétard, Erkki Patokorpi, Vaida Kadyte


A Framework For Analyzing Mobile Telecommunications Market Development.

Jan Damsgaard, Ping Gao Pages


Finite Segmentation for XML caching.

Adelhard Türling, Stefan Böttcher


Factors Influencing the Design of Mobile Services.

Michael Amberg, Jens Wehrmann, Ralf Zimmer


Repairing lost connections of Mobile Transactions with Minimal XML Data Exchange.

Stefan Böttcher


Strategic planning for mobile services adoption and diffusion: Empirical evidence from the Danish market.

Ioanna D. Constantiou, Jan Damsgaard, Lars Andreas Knutsen


Using Group Management to Tame Mobile Ad Hoc Networks.

Malika Boulkenafed, Daniele Sacchetti, Valérie Issarny


Ad hoc Service Grid - A Self-Organizing Infrastructure for Mobile Commerce.

Klaus Herrmann, Kurt Geihs, Gero Mühl


Applicability of an Integrated Adoption Model for E-Business Innovation to an Adoption-Resistant M-Business Technology.

Steve Elliot, John Muller


Providing Premium SMS Service for Mobile Phones.

Petter Nielsen, Jo Herstad


Autopoiesis and Mobile Technology Adoption: The Case of Wireless Collaboration.

Robert Kay, Michael Er


Inviting New Players To The Multimedia M-Commerce Arena: An approach to enhance the current m-Commerce business model with regard to emerging DVB-T networks.

Stefan Figge, Kai Rannenberg


Mobile Process Support Systems - Experiences from a case study.

Børge Haugset


One-handed mobile text-entry: evaluation of five-key text entry techniques.

Frode Eika Sandnes


Mobile support for community healthcare: A Janus view.

Carl Adams, Tineke Fitch