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by Michael A. Peirce,Hitesh Tewari,O'Mahony Donal,Donal O'Mahony

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ISBN:
1580532683
Author:
Michael A. Peirce,Hitesh Tewari,O'Mahony Donal,Donal O'Mahony
Category:
Economics
Language:
English
Publisher:
Artech House Print on Demand; 2 Sub edition (August 15, 2001)
Pages:
356 pages
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Electronic payment systems. Material type: BookSeries: Artech House computer security series. Rev. ed. of: Electronic payment systems, c1997. Includes bibliographical references and index.

Donal O'Mahony is a lecturer in computer science at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland, and the head of a.For those who are seeking the alternative topologies in Electronic Payment systems this book is a very good starting point with some very good references as well

He also has consulted extensively for private industry and government. Dr. O'Mahony holds a P. in computer science from Trinity College. For those who are seeking the alternative topologies in Electronic Payment systems this book is a very good starting point with some very good references as well. Gives a good insight on the mechanisms as well. One downside is that too much emphasis is put on maths for security related subject compared to the general aim and tone of the book. Book · January 1997 with 7,461 Reads As e-commerce process transactions through the Internet, it requires a more secure, stable and efficient payment system fo. Book · January 1997 with 7,461 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. Settling debts by electronic means, which can be done using the Automated Clearing House system of the banks (O'Mahony, Peirce & Tewari, 1997) and by other means (Lynch & Lundquist, 1996), closes the digitally mediated replenishment loop. Electronic settlement offers a number of direct cost savings to both parties. As e-commerce process transactions through the Internet, it requires a more secure, stable and efficient payment system for supporting commerce done electronically.

Electronic payment systems for e-commerce by Donal O'Mahony, Michael A. Peirce, Michael Peirce, Hitesh Tewari - 2001 - 345 pages.

Look to this newly revised resource for an up-to-date, in-depth examination of how payments are made electronically across the Internet. The second edition brings you the very latest developments in this quickly expanding area, including new security techniques such as the advanced encryption standard (Aes) and multi-application smart cards. It also presents up-to-the-minute information on the status of secure electronic transactions (Set), electronic checks and micropayments, and features a completely new chapter on the exciting advances in mobile commerce. This timely guide delivers comprehensive coverage on the way electronic payments are made using credit cards, electronic cash, account transfers and micropayments. The book provides background information on how payments are made in conventional commerce and gives you a thorough overview of the cryptographic techniques that are needed for online payments. More than 150 illustrations and over 80 equations support major topics discussed in the text.
  • Fordregelv
For those who are seeking the alternative topologies in Electronic Payment systems this book is a very good starting point with some very good references as well. Gives a good insight on the mechanisms as well. One downside is that too much emphasis is put on maths for security related subject compared to the general aim and tone of the book.
  • Kearanny
The only missing dimension in the book is the strategic/business aspects. The rest is brilliant. In particular, great description of the emerging payment mechanisms (ecash, digicash, cybercash, millicent...)
  • nailer
This book is from 2001 so it is definitely not up-to-date. In one table, it compares 25 different companies that offer payment options on the web but only 4 or so are even around. So I'd be wary about paying $88 for information that may not be too trustworthy. Seems geared more towards academics than professionals.
  • Went Tyu
I believe this book is a good technical study in the bits and bytes of how payment systems work, yet lacks the real-world applications, value propositions, and financial information on why some payment systems work, and many others are complete failures in the real world. Technology is only one segment of the payment arena.
  • Jeronashe
this book has gathered information about payment system as good as possible.I hope every one that like E_banking technology see this book!