Understanding and measuring the urban pervasive infrastructure

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The increasing popularity of mobile computing devices has allowed for new research and application areas. Specifically, urban areas exhibit an elevated concentration of such devices enabling potential ad-hoc co-operation and sharing of resources among citizens. Here, we argue that people, architecture and technology together provide the infrastructure for… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00779-008-0196-1

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@article{Kostakos2008UnderstandingAM, title={Understanding and measuring the urban pervasive infrastructure}, author={Vassilis Kostakos and Tom Nicolai and Eiko Yoneki and Eamonn O'Neill and Holger Kenn and Jon A Crowcroft}, journal={Personal and Ubiquitous Computing}, year={2008}, volume={13}, pages={355-364} }