Comparative study of existing ATM systems and systems for small payment transactions using mobile phones:

HELLO I HAVE PASTED WHAT MY TEACHER REQUIRES FOR MY DISSERTATION:

Here are links to my videos on how to setup Word for referencing and a
professional format. If you use all of these approaches you should end
up with a correctly referenced and professional looking dissertation,
which is one part of the battle won.

The framework for your final dissertation will be as below, so you can
setup a Word document now with the Headings in place, ready for you to
start writing underneath them as you progress. Its good to do this as
it starts to make you feel as though you are making progress and getting
the work written. The best advice I was ever given for writing up
research was Get it written not right, which essentially means write
down everything as you are doing it and dont worry too much about
whether it is right or wrong at that point, as it is always easier to
Edit words than have to create them from scratch after the event.

Acknowledgements
Abstract
Preface
Introduction
Aims and Purpose
Literature Review
Research Methodology
Statement of Results
Analysis and Discussion
Summary and Conclusions
References
Bibliography
Appendix

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Comparative study of existing ATM systems and systems for small payment transactions using mobile phones?

2000 WORDS LITERATURE AND INCLUDE A 200 WORD ABSTRACT… IT IS STATED IN ALL THE INFORMATION LISTED BELOW: PLEASE READ CAREFULLY.

LITERATURE REVIEW KEYWORD SEARCH: ATM system security small payment transactions mobile technologies.

BOOK TO LOOK AT: C.W. Dawson, 2005, Projects in Computing and Information Systems, Addison
Wesley, England

> Hello Carlos
>
> The deadline for your project interim reports is looming (just 2 weeks
> left), so you should be in the position of having at least three
> quarters of your literature review completed and being able to finish
> off the rest over the next fortnight ready for submission. The interim
> report is the completed Literature Review.
>
>
> What do you need to do over the next two weeks:
>
> 1. Book appointments to see me at least twice, and bring your work so
> far with you
> 2. Watch through the WebEx recordings I have made and put under the
> Module Information section of the Project module area on Blackboard, to
> make sure you are setting up your document correctly and using the right
> tools
> 3. Find as many (I would be expecting to see 30+) journal
> articles/papers/books etc as you can, using the online databases (access
> via Blackboard/Library/Complete Databases List) and library that relate
> to your project
> 4. Create references to these articles/papers/books etc using the
> Harvard-Bucks Add-On in Word (see WebEx videos in point 2)
> 5. Take quotes from the articles/papers/books etc and for each one write
> in your own words how what you have learnt from the quote will inform
> your own project work
> 6. Start to group quotes and your thoughts about them into similar
> groupings, so that you have multiple sources and can effectively create
> one or two paragraphs of you literature review on them
> 7. Start to put the groupings into some sort of logical order that will
> eventually take the reader of your literature through a journey that
> explains the existing work that your project is based around
>
> Best Regards,
>
> Senior Lecturer

> Hello Carlos,
>
> No new project proposal (that piece of work is done and has been
> assessed), but yes the project title will change and this is a normal
> part of the process. All projects start with a wide title and wide set
> of aims, we then work together as student and project supervisor to
> narrow and focus the project down to something that is going to be
> achievable and answers a specific question. What I will ask you to do is
> to write an abstract for your project that is restricted to 200 words.
> The abstract will help to focus your mind, but you need to look at the
> literature first, as the specific question to examine will probably
> emerge from that stage in the research process.
>
> The aim of your project isnt to create new knowledge, it is to
> demonstrate that you are able to undertake a successful piece of
> research, that is what you are being assessed on for the module. This
> means that what you are researching is fairly insignificant, what is
> important is the research process and making sure that what you are
> looking at enables you to successfully demonstrate that you fully
> understand that process.
>
> It is all about being strategic and making sure you conduct the best
> research you can, so if this necessitates a change in project focus you
> need to do it and not get caught up in blindly following something you
> proposed before you even started doing any real investigation. My role
> is to make sure you stay focused on the research process and have the
> best opportunity for achieving a good final mark in the assessment of
> your project.
>
> Start work on searching for the literature using ATM system security
> small payment transactions mobile technologies, as Keywords.
>
> Attached is an article I found in less than a minute using the library
> database ABI Complete (ProQuest) and here is the reference for it:
>
> MALLAT, N. and TUUNAINEN, V., 2008. Exploring Merchant Adoption of
> Mobile Payment Systems: An Empirical Study1. E Service Journal, 6(2),
> pp. 24-57.
>
> Best Regards,
>

Dear Carlos,

Here are links to my videos on how to setup Word for referencing and a
professional format. If you use all of these approaches you should end
up with a correctly referenced and professional looking dissertation,
which is one part of the battle won.

The framework for your final dissertation will be as below, so you can
setup a Word document now with the Headings in place, ready for you to
start writing underneath them as you progress. Its good to do this as
it starts to make you feel as though you are making progress and getting
the work written. The best advice I was ever given for writing up
research was Get it written not right, which essentially means write
down everything as you are doing it and dont worry too much about
whether it is right or wrong at that point, as it is always easier to
Edit words than have to create them from scratch after the event.

Acknowledgements
Abstract
Preface
Introduction
Aims and Purpose
Literature Review
Research Methodology
Statement of Results
Analysis and Discussion
Summary and Conclusions
References
Bibliography
Appendix

You will probably need to copy and paste the URL addresses below into your browser address bar, as email systems tend to break the links.

Academic Study Skills