μCloud: Towards a New Paradigm of Rich Mobile Applications

@inproceedings{March2011CloudTA,
  title={$\mu$Cloud: Towards a New Paradigm of Rich Mobile Applications},
  author={Verdi March and Yan Gu and Erwin Leonardi and George Goh and Markus Kirchberg and Bu-Sung Lee},
  booktitle={ANT/MobiWIS},
  year={2011}
}

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