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Coordinating proactive social devices in a mobile cloud: Lessons learned and a way forward

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Coordinating proactive social devices in a mobile cloud : Lessons learned and a way forward. / Mäkitalo, Niko; Aaltonen, Timo; Mikkonen, Tommi.

MOBILESoft '16 Proceedings of the International Conference on Mobile Software Engineering and Systems . ACM, 2016. p. 179-188.

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Mäkitalo, N, Aaltonen, T & Mikkonen, T 2016, Coordinating proactive social devices in a mobile cloud: Lessons learned and a way forward. in MOBILESoft '16 Proceedings of the International Conference on Mobile Software Engineering and Systems . ACM, pp. 179-188, International Conference on Mobile Software Engineering and Systems, 1/01/00. https://doi.org/10.1145/2897073.2897079

APA

Mäkitalo, N., Aaltonen, T., & Mikkonen, T. (2016). Coordinating proactive social devices in a mobile cloud: Lessons learned and a way forward. In MOBILESoft '16 Proceedings of the International Conference on Mobile Software Engineering and Systems (pp. 179-188). ACM. https://doi.org/10.1145/2897073.2897079

Vancouver

Mäkitalo N, Aaltonen T, Mikkonen T. Coordinating proactive social devices in a mobile cloud: Lessons learned and a way forward. In MOBILESoft '16 Proceedings of the International Conference on Mobile Software Engineering and Systems . ACM. 2016. p. 179-188 https://doi.org/10.1145/2897073.2897079

Author

Mäkitalo, Niko ; Aaltonen, Timo ; Mikkonen, Tommi. / Coordinating proactive social devices in a mobile cloud : Lessons learned and a way forward. MOBILESoft '16 Proceedings of the International Conference on Mobile Software Engineering and Systems . ACM, 2016. pp. 179-188

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