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|Title:||Towards NFC payments using a lightweight architecture for the Web of Things|
|Keywords:||NFC;Web of Things;Architecture;Lightweight;Mobile wallet;Contactless payments;RESTful services;68Nxx;68N19;68N01|
|Citation:||Computing: (March 2014)|
|Abstract:||The Web (and Internet) of Things has seen the rapid emergence of new protocols and standards, which provide for innovative models of interaction for applications. One such model fostered by the Web of Things (WoT) ecosystem is that of contactless interaction between devices. Near Field Communication (NFC) technology is one such enabler of contactless interactions. Contactless technology for the WoT requires all parties to agree one common definition and implementation and, in this paper, we propose a new lightweight architecture for the WoT, based on RESTful approaches. We show how the proposed architecture supports the concept of a mobile wallet, enabling users to make secure payments employing NFC technology with their mobile devices. In so doing, we argue that the vision of the WoT is brought a step closer to fruition.|
|Appears in Collections:||Dept of Computer Science Research Papers|
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