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The Little Book of Philosophy for the Internet of Things

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The Little Book of Philosophy for the Internet of Things. / Lindley, Joseph Galen; Coulton, Paul; Akmal, Haider; Hay, Duncan; Van Kleek, Max; Cannizzaro, Sara; Binns, Reuben.

Lancaster University, 2019. 40 p.

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Harvard

Lindley, JG, Coulton, P, Akmal, H, Hay, D, Van Kleek, M, Cannizzaro, S & Binns, R 2019, The Little Book of Philosophy for the Internet of Things. Lancaster University.

APA

Lindley, J. G., Coulton, P., Akmal, H., Hay, D., Van Kleek, M., Cannizzaro, S., & Binns, R. (2019). The Little Book of Philosophy for the Internet of Things. Lancaster University.

Vancouver

Lindley JG, Coulton P, Akmal H, Hay D, Van Kleek M, Cannizzaro S et al. The Little Book of Philosophy for the Internet of Things. Lancaster University, 2019. 40 p.

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Lindley, Joseph Galen ; Coulton, Paul ; Akmal, Haider ; Hay, Duncan ; Van Kleek, Max ; Cannizzaro, Sara ; Binns, Reuben. / The Little Book of Philosophy for the Internet of Things. Lancaster University, 2019. 40 p.

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