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Title: Customer to Customer Trading Platform
Authors: Lau, Ho Man
Department: Department of Computer Science
Issue Date: 2010
Supervisor: Supervisor: Dr. Li, Minming; First Reader: Dr. Fong, Joseph Shi Piu; Second Reader: Prof. Jia, Xiaohua
Abstract: As the rapid growth of the Internet, different consumer services can be done through the computer. E-trading is one of the most popular online services all over the orld. The advantages of E-trading are, firstly, reducing the cost of goods, so that buyers can buy things with a lower price. Secondly, buyers can purchase goods by just clicking few buttons or links on trading platforms and wait for the delivery from the logistic companies. Thirdly, as there are unlimited rooms for sellers to put on their goods into the trading platforms, the trading platforms act as a collection of goods, and increase the chance of looking for a potential buyer and a successful transaction. However, the existing trading platforms are not satisfied to build up the communication between sellers and buyers. The existing trading platform like eBay and Yahoo! Auction underestimated the communication between both sellers and buyers, which is the most critical part for the buyers to purchase goods. Also, the interface of existing trading platforms does not fulfill user’s needs. Users may have to filter hundreds of thousands of searching results. In this project, we will focus on establishing communication between sellers and buyers and enhancing the user experience in the trading platform.
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