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Pervasive Sensing and Ubiquitous Computing: Opportunities, Challenges and some Early Successes
Author : Vlanan Babovic
Pervasive Sensing and Ubiquitous Computing: Opportunities, Challenges and some Early Successes
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Chapter : Hydrolink Magazine
Category : 2015
Article : Issue 2 - The Netherlands
Date Published : 19/06/2015
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