E-COMMERCE AND DIGITAL CASH
Dr. S. R. Subramanya
University of Missouri--Rolla
The proliferation of the Internet and Web have radically changed
the way business is done. Electronic payment systems, electronic
retailing, electronic collaboration, Web-based decision support,
electronic banking, are just a few of the applications. These
have led to ever more sensitive and strategic data being stored
on Web sites and transmitted over the Internet. The ubiquity
of the Internet is also promising radically different ways of
doing transactions such as digital cash and electronic checks.
This tutorial is intended to present a good overview and several
technical details involved in e-commerce and digital cash.
Dr. S. R. Subramanya received his B.E. degree in Electronics
Engineering from Bangalore University, M.E. degree in Electrical
Communication Engineering from the Indian Institute of Science,
M.S. degree in Computer Science from Indiana University, Bloomington,
and the Ph.D. degree in Computer Science from George Washington
University, Washington, D.C. He was the recipient of Richard
Merwin memorial award at George Washington University in 1996,
Grant-In-Aid of Research award from Sigma-Xi scientific society
in 1997. He is currently an Assistant Professor at the University
of Missouri--Rolla. He has been teaching courses and conducting
research Multimedia Systems and Computer Security. He has presented
tutorials on Multimedia Systems and Computer Security at several
conferences. He has also developed course material for distance
education on Multimedia Systems and Computer Security, which
have been offered to employees at different Boeing facilities.
He has served as a reviewer, program committee member, and session
chair of several International Conferences. He has also been
a reviewer for several journals.