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Title: A modularized electronic payment system for agent-based e-commerce
Authors: Guan, SU
Tan, SL
Hua, F
Keywords: Electronic payment
Rule-based payment
Mobile agents
Electronic commerce
Publication Date: 2004
Publisher: Australian Computer Society
Citation: Journal of Research and Practice in Information Technology 36 (2): 67-87, May 2004
Abstract: With the explosive growth of the Internet, electronic-commerce (e-commerce) is an increasingly important segment of commercial activities on the web. The Secure Agent Fabrication, Evolution & Roaming (SAFER) architecture was proposed to further facilitate e-commerce using agent technology. In this paper, the electronic payment aspect of SAFER will be explored. The Secure Electronic Transaction (SET) protocol and E-Cash were selected as the bases for the electronic payment system implementation. The various modules of the payment system and how they interface with each other are shown. An extensible implementation done using JavaTM will also be elaborated. This application incorporates agent roaming functionality and the ability to conduct e-commerce transactions and carry out intelligent e-payment procedures.
URI: http://bura.brunel.ac.uk/handle/2438/1137
ISSN: 1443-458X
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Electronic and Computer Engineering

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