By Henry Chan, Raymond Lee, Tharam Dillon, Elizabeth Chang
A complete advent to the underlying applied sciences of e-commerce. This e-book explores the complete variety of applied sciences, protocols, and strategies useful for construction winning e-commerce websites. The authors start with an outline of the net and the internet, then quick flow directly to clarify server-side programming concepts, cryptography and web defense, and the way to exploit modern applied sciences resembling cellular brokers, WAP, XML, and knowledge mining instruments. putting this technical knowledge in company context, the authors then stroll readers via genuine e-commerce purposes, from web money platforms to online advertising and publishing. A operating case examine depicting a digital ebook shop (VBS), step by step programming workouts, and real-world examples around out this hugely useful, simply obtainable advisor.
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Step 6: Finally, the buyer selects the best bid and completes the purchase. 6). It allows consumers to “name the price” and hence it is consumer driven not seller driven. According to the above definition, this is a C2B e-commerce application. Suppose that you want to buy an air-ticket. g. how many tickets you want to buy, departureheturn date, departure/arrival city etc), the desirable price, and your credit card number. Then Priceline will try to find an airline that can meet your requirements.
G. g. on-line auctions) For details, please refer to the insightful article by Zwass . Greenstein and Feinman discusses another three-layer model consisting of the existing market space, the three pillars of e-commerce (electronic information, electronic relationships, and electronic transactions), and the open market processes. Kalakota and Robinson  view e-commerce from a wider perspective, using 6 INTRODUCJlON the term e-business. It is about integrating the frontend and backend applications with the business process.
The routing tables are updated dynamically based on the traffic situations by using a particular routing protocol. This helps ensure that packets are forwarded through links with less traffic. 5 shows the basic operation of an intradomain routing protocol. In this case, all the networks are in the same autonomous system. This means that each router contains the routing information to reach other networks in the same autonomous system. , 1996; Naik, 19981. The first one is called the distance vector routing protocol such as the Routing Information Protocol (RIP).
E-Commerce: Fundamentals and Applications by Henry Chan, Raymond Lee, Tharam Dillon, Elizabeth Chang