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What goes where?: designing interactive large public display applications for mobile device interaction

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What goes where?: designing interactive large public display applications for mobile device interaction. / Kaviani, Nima; Finke, Matthias; Fels, Sidney; Lea, Rodger; Wang, Hua.

ICIMCS '09 Proceedings of the First International Conference on Internet Multimedia Computing and Service. New York : ACM, 2009. p. 129-138.

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Kaviani, N, Finke, M, Fels, S, Lea, R & Wang, H 2009, What goes where?: designing interactive large public display applications for mobile device interaction. in ICIMCS '09 Proceedings of the First International Conference on Internet Multimedia Computing and Service. ACM, New York, pp. 129-138. DOI: 10.1145/1734605.1734637

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Kaviani, N., Finke, M., Fels, S., Lea, R., & Wang, H. (2009). What goes where?: designing interactive large public display applications for mobile device interaction. In ICIMCS '09 Proceedings of the First International Conference on Internet Multimedia Computing and Service. (pp. 129-138). New York: ACM. DOI: 10.1145/1734605.1734637

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Kaviani N, Finke M, Fels S, Lea R, Wang H. What goes where?: designing interactive large public display applications for mobile device interaction. In ICIMCS '09 Proceedings of the First International Conference on Internet Multimedia Computing and Service. New York: ACM. 2009. p. 129-138. Available from, DOI: 10.1145/1734605.1734637

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Kaviani, Nima; Finke, Matthias; Fels, Sidney; Lea, Rodger; Wang, Hua / What goes where?: designing interactive large public display applications for mobile device interaction.

ICIMCS '09 Proceedings of the First International Conference on Internet Multimedia Computing and Service. New York : ACM, 2009. p. 129-138.

Research output: Contribution in Book/Report/ProceedingsPaper

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