Design of Online Auction System with Alternative Currencies (Computer Project)

The University of Maryland has one of the most popular Basketball programs in the region. About 35,000 students seek 4,000 free student tickets allocated for every home game. An auction-based system provides a procedure to achieve and equitable and fair distribution of a high-demand resource. In an auction-based system, goods being sold end up with the person who values them […]

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Facebook Blocket with Unsupervised Learning (Computer Project)

The Internet has become a valuable channel for both business-to-consumer and business-to-business e-commerce. It has changed the way for many companies to manage the business. Every day, more and more companies are making their presence on Internet. Web sites are launched for online shopping as web shops or on-line stores are a popular means of goods distribution. The number of […]

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E-commerce: A study on women’s online purchasing behavior (Management Project)

Purpose: The purpose of this project is to map out the present behavior of women between 40-55 years concerning Internet shopping. Furthermore, the research aims at finding and analyzing factors that might help marketers when persuading the target group to increase their usage of Internet as a purchasing channel for home textile and decorations. Background: Along with the increasing usage […]

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The Effectiveness of Seller Credibility Systems in the Online Auction Market (Management Project)

The Internet has turned out to be an appealing place for doing business, with its unprecedented ability to bring together a large number of buyers and sellers, cover a wide scale of market and automate transaction processes, etc. However, this powerful technology of information transformation brings a greater trust problem than corresponding transactions in brick-and-mortar markets, because of the lack […]

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