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A secure mobile payment system

  title={A secure mobile payment system},
  author={Li Xi and Hu Han-ping},
The considerable increase of mobile device users in recent years causes a strong demand on secured wireless information services and reliable mobile commerce (m-commerce) applications. Since mobile payment (m-payment) is a critical part of most wireless information services and mobile commerce applications, how to build secured m-payment systems becomes a research hotspot. This paper presents an effective Mobile Payment System (MPS) in wireless insecure environments using mobile devices. The… 

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