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作者 Sørensen, Lene
書名 User Requirements for Wireless
出版項 Aalborg : River Publishers, 2015
©2015
國際標準書號 9788793237612 (electronic bk.)
9788793237209
book jacket
說明 1 online resource (135 pages)
text txt rdacontent
computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
系列 River Publishers Series in Communications Ser
River Publishers Series in Communications Ser
附註 Cover -- Title Page -- Foreword -- Contents -- Preface -- List of Abbreviations -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- Introduction -- References -- 1. Designing Mobile Applications for Children -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 JamMo, the Product of UMSIC Project -- 1.2.1 JamMo for 3-6Years Old -- 1.2.2 JamMo for 7-12Years Old -- 1.3 Toward Social Inclusion -- 1.4 Design, Requirements, and Development -- 1.5 Impact -- 1.6 Lessons -- 1.6.1 Lessons for Educator -- 1.6.1.1 What worked well with target children and teachers? -- 1.6.1.2 Music educational experiences -- 1.6.2 Lessons for Mobile Application Developer -- 1.6.2.1 Challenges related to software and hardware -- 1.7 Conclusions -- References -- 2. Designing Mobile Applicationsfor the Construction Industry -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Information Technology and Construction Industry -- 2.3 TheWork Environment and Users -- 2.3.1 Advantages of Using Mobile Applications -- 2.4 Mobile Application for Data Collection -- 2.4.1 Quality Control -- 2.4.2 Fault Reports -- 2.4.3 Production Status -- 2.4.4 Storage Information -- 2.5 Lessons Learned -- 2.6 Conclusions -- References -- 3. Innovation for the "Bottom of the Pyramid"-Mobile for Development Experiences of Farmer Net, Sri Lanka -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Organizational History and FarmerNet -- 3.3 FarmerNet and the Impetus for Innovation -- 3.4 Idea Generation to Prototype Development-theInnovation Process -- 3.4.1 Stage I-Idea Scoping -- 3.4.2 Stage II-Concept Development -- 3.4.3 Stage III-Prototype Development -- 3.5 Ensuring Social Mission -- 3.6 Conclusion -- Bibliography -- References -- 4. Conflicting Interests in User Requirements for Customization and Personalization -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Who Requires What? -- 4.3 Who is "The User"? -- 4.4 Customization and Personalization -- 4.5 Personalized PSB News -- 4.6 The Case Study
4.7 Conclusion -- References -- 5. Security and Usability -- 5.1 What is Usable Security? -- 5.2 Background -- 5.2.1 Usability Status -- 5.2.1.1 Usability in mobile communication -- 5.2.1.2 Usability in other systems -- 5.2.2 Security Status -- 5.2.2.1 Security of mobile communication system -- 5.2.2.2 Internet security -- 5.2.3 Security in the Future -- 5.3 Stakeholders -- 5.3.1 Individual Users -- 5.3.2 Corporate Users -- 5.3.3 Developers -- 5.3.4 System Administrators -- 5.3.5 Network Operators -- 5.3.6 Manufacturers -- 5.3.7 Service Providers -- 5.3.8 Regulators -- 5.3.9 Government Agencies -- 5.3.10 Certification Authorities -- 5.3.11 Insurers -- 5.3.12 Attackers -- 5.4 Likely Threats -- 5.4.1 Loss of Device -- 5.4.2 Identity Theft -- 5.4.3 DoS Attacks -- 5.4.4 Unauthorized Use -- 5.4.5 Malicious Code -- 5.4.6 Surveillance -- 5.4.7 Unintended Disclosure -- 5.4.8 Unwanted Persistence of Data -- 5.4.9 High Technology Crime/Harassment -- 5.4.10 Tricking/Attacking Individual Users -- 5.4.11 Insider Attacks -- 5.4.12 Security as Business -- 5.4.13 Strong Security as a Problem -- 5.5 How to Secure -- 5.5.1 Trusted Components and Data Minimization -- 5.5.2 Use Security Policies (Based on Risk Assessment) -- 5.5.3 Reliable "Delete"-Complete Destruction of Data -- 5.5.4 User Authentication and Mutual Authentication in Most/All Transactions -- 5.5.5 Better-Informed Users and Instant User Feedback -- 5.5.6 Better Understanding of User Decision-Making Process -- 5.5.7 Good Implementation Complements Good Development Process -- 5.5.8 Systematic Development Process -- 5.6 Making Usable Security Acceptable to All -- 5.6.1 Solid Security Policy -- 5.6.2 Universally Recognizable User Interface -- 5.6.3 Transparency -- 5.6.4 Minimize Physical and MentalWorkload of Users -- 5.6.5 Seamless Transition -- 5.6.6 Rule of Trust
5.6.7 Human Element in Delivering Security -- 5.6.8 Value-Based Security -- 5.6.9 Security Goes Beyond Authentication and Encryption -- 5.7 Cost of Security -- 5.8 Conclusion and Prospect -- References -- 6. Conclusion -- 6.1 The Users and the Context -- 6.2 The Involvement of Users -- 6.3 User Requirements and WhomThey Represent -- 6.4 The Development Process -- 6.5 Other Areas -- 6.6 Final Comments -- References -- Index -- About the Editors -- About the Authors
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
鏈接 Print version: Sørensen, Lene User Requirements for Wireless Aalborg : River Publishers,c2015 9788793237209
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Alt Author Skouby, Knud Erik
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