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A wireless public access infrastructure for supporting mobile context-aware IPv6 applications

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A wireless public access infrastructure for supporting mobile context-aware IPv6 applications. / Friday, Adrian; Wu, Maomao Wu; Schmid, Stefan; Finney, Joe; Cheverst, Keith; Davies, Nigel.

WMI '01 Proceedings of the first workshop on Wireless mobile internet. New York : ACM, 2001. p. 11-18 (WMI '01).

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Friday, A, Wu, MW, Schmid, S, Finney, J, Cheverst, K & Davies, N 2001, A wireless public access infrastructure for supporting mobile context-aware IPv6 applications. in WMI '01 Proceedings of the first workshop on Wireless mobile internet. WMI '01, ACM, New York, pp. 11-18, The First Workshop on Wireless Mobile Internet (WMI'01) (Satellite event of 7th Annual International Conference on Mobile Computing and Networking), Rome, Italy, 1/01/00. https://doi.org/10.1145/381472.381555

APA

Friday, A., Wu, M. W., Schmid, S., Finney, J., Cheverst, K., & Davies, N. (2001). A wireless public access infrastructure for supporting mobile context-aware IPv6 applications. In WMI '01 Proceedings of the first workshop on Wireless mobile internet (pp. 11-18). (WMI '01). ACM. https://doi.org/10.1145/381472.381555

Vancouver

Friday A, Wu MW, Schmid S, Finney J, Cheverst K, Davies N. A wireless public access infrastructure for supporting mobile context-aware IPv6 applications. In WMI '01 Proceedings of the first workshop on Wireless mobile internet. New York: ACM. 2001. p. 11-18. (WMI '01). https://doi.org/10.1145/381472.381555

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Friday, Adrian ; Wu, Maomao Wu ; Schmid, Stefan ; Finney, Joe ; Cheverst, Keith ; Davies, Nigel. / A wireless public access infrastructure for supporting mobile context-aware IPv6 applications. WMI '01 Proceedings of the first workshop on Wireless mobile internet. New York : ACM, 2001. pp. 11-18 (WMI '01).

Bibtex

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