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Design of an Adaptive Near Field Communication Technology using Finite State Machine within Web Services

Khalid Aldriwish

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Blue Eyes Intelligence Engineering and Sciences Publication (BEIESP)

The ongoing Web success can be related to its scalability and sustainability. Web Services (WSs) can provide different patterns for delivering software application abilities and the models by which enterprises and associated parties will trade. WSs represent a flexible way to offer existing components available to applications through the Internet. WSs are a new trend that shares ubiquitous systems with others. The popularity of Web is increasing with their associated systems. These systems play a significant key role as their compromise has a technical effect, and their need is rising. One of these systems is called Technology wireless (NFC). NFC is becoming an active area nowadays. The complexity of setting the NFC increases as the application, system architecture, and associated parts must satisfy various requirements of ever involving project scenarios. Several organizations are getting the benefit from the NFC. This paper will explore and develop an approach of developing a technique that will permit to exchange by technology wireless (NFC) data between the parties within a Web services environment. This technique has an advantage that facilitates the possibility of adopting such a system to decrease the time-cost and effort for staff and customers. Several means of mobile payments technique have been entitled and adopted this service in many countries, e.g., Europe, USA, Asia, and in the Middle East such as Saudi Arabia. Many users of these countries using a smartphone to pay services via their mobile phones for a wide range of activities. Consequently, this paper involves an agile technique of validating Finite State Machine (FSM) and JFLAP tools.

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