Smart Card Application Development Using Java

@inproceedings{Hansmann2000SmartCA,
  title={Smart Card Application Development Using Java},
  author={Uwe Hansmann and Martin Scott Nicklous and Thomas Sch{\"a}ck and Frank Seliger},
  booktitle={Springer Berlin Heidelberg},
  year={2000}
}
From the Publisher: In today's world, smart cards play an increasingly important role in everyday life. We encounter them as credit cards, loyalty cards, electronic purses, health cards, and as secure tokens for authentication or digital signature. Their small size and the compatibility of their form with the magnetic stripe card make them ideal carriers of personal information such as secret keys, passwords, customization profiles, and medical emergency information. This book provides a guide… 

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