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Observing a Moving Target - Reliable Transmission of Debug Logs from Embedded Mobile Devices

  title={Observing a Moving Target - Reliable Transmission of Debug Logs from Embedded Mobile Devices},
  author={Bj{\"o}rn Daase and Leon Matthes and Lukas Pirl and Lukas Wenzel},
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