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Supporting Ordering and Consistency in a Distributed Event Heap for Ubiquitous Computing

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Supporting Ordering and Consistency in a Distributed Event Heap for Ubiquitous Computing. / Storz, Oliver; Friday, Adrian; Davies, Nigel.

2004. Paper presented at Second Workshop on System Support for Ubiquitous Computing Workshop (Ubisys 2004), Nottingham, England, .

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Storz, O, Friday, A & Davies, N 2004, 'Supporting Ordering and Consistency in a Distributed Event Heap for Ubiquitous Computing', Paper presented at Second Workshop on System Support for Ubiquitous Computing Workshop (Ubisys 2004), Nottingham, England, 7/09/04 - 10/09/04. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00779-005-0039-2

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Storz, O., Friday, A., & Davies, N. (2004). Supporting Ordering and Consistency in a Distributed Event Heap for Ubiquitous Computing. Paper presented at Second Workshop on System Support for Ubiquitous Computing Workshop (Ubisys 2004), Nottingham, England, . https://doi.org/10.1007/s00779-005-0039-2

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Storz O, Friday A, Davies N. Supporting Ordering and Consistency in a Distributed Event Heap for Ubiquitous Computing. 2004. Paper presented at Second Workshop on System Support for Ubiquitous Computing Workshop (Ubisys 2004), Nottingham, England, . https://doi.org/10.1007/s00779-005-0039-2

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Storz, Oliver ; Friday, Adrian ; Davies, Nigel. / Supporting Ordering and Consistency in a Distributed Event Heap for Ubiquitous Computing. Paper presented at Second Workshop on System Support for Ubiquitous Computing Workshop (Ubisys 2004), Nottingham, England, .

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