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Mobile Service Interaction with the Web of Things

  title={Mobile Service Interaction with the Web of Things},
  author={Enrico Rukzio and John Hamard and Massimo Paolucci and Albrecht Schmidt and Matthias Wagner and Hendrik Berndt}
— In this paper we present a vision and a system framework for supporting mobile interaction with the Internet of Things. Hereby a mobile device can click on physical links to services that are represented by electronic or visual tags attached to objects in the real world. Our framework seamlessly crosses the boundary between the Internet of nets and the Internet of Things providing access to information independently of where it resides. It provides a natural and intuitive interface to objects… 

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