A review for ubiquitous commerce research and application (2000-2009)

  title={A review for ubiquitous commerce research and application (2000-2009)},
  author={Liyi Zhang and Qihua Liu},
  journal={Int. J. Mob. Commun.},
As the next generation of business model, ubiquitous commerce (u-commerce) triggered a lot of attention among the academic circle, enterprises and governmental agencies. We review the literature on u-commerce, and suggest directions for research in this still emerging field. The 171 papers about u-commerce (2000-2009) are classified and the results are presented based on a scheme that consists of three distinct layers: the theory layer, the technology layer and the application layer. The paper… 

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