Use-Case, Runtime and Deployment Views for Developing Subsidies Mobile Wallet

Dina Darwish
February 2011
International Journal of Computer Science & Information Technolo;Feb2011, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p12
Academic Journal
Subsidizing is usually controlled and provided by governments and NGOs in many countries, and is considered as a strategic service. Subsidizing is important because it provides a means for needy customers to obtain certain services, they cannot afford paying their original prices. The revolution in the technology used in mobile phones and the wide use of these mobile phones, have led to the idea of distributing subsidies using mobile phones. Solutions were proposed for a flexible Subsidies Mobile Wallet (SMW) through mobile phones and wireless networks to satisfy the technical requirements necessary for enhancing the subsidies distribution. This paper proposes complete design solution for the Subsidies Mobile Wallet (SMW) in terms of Use-Case View, Runtime View, and Deployment View. The discussion of the Subsidies Mobile Wallet (SMW) is illustrated by examples to show how the system can be used in the real world.


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