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Empathy in the Internet of Things

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Empathy in the Internet of Things. / Coulton, Paul.

Proceedings of a workshop at the 27th International British Computer Society HCI Conference: The Internet of Things : Interacting with Digital Media in Connected Environments. 2013.

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Coulton, P 2013, Empathy in the Internet of Things. in Proceedings of a workshop at the 27th International British Computer Society HCI Conference: The Internet of Things : Interacting with Digital Media in Connected Environments. The 27th International British Computer Society HCI Conference: The Internet of Things : Interacting with Digital Media in Connected Environments , London, United Kingdom, 9/09/13.

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Coulton, P. (2013). Empathy in the Internet of Things. In Proceedings of a workshop at the 27th International British Computer Society HCI Conference: The Internet of Things : Interacting with Digital Media in Connected Environments

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Coulton P. Empathy in the Internet of Things. In Proceedings of a workshop at the 27th International British Computer Society HCI Conference: The Internet of Things : Interacting with Digital Media in Connected Environments. 2013

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Coulton, Paul. / Empathy in the Internet of Things. Proceedings of a workshop at the 27th International British Computer Society HCI Conference: The Internet of Things : Interacting with Digital Media in Connected Environments. 2013.

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