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Scarecrows, robots and time machines. / Coulton, Paul; Race, Nicholas; Burnett, Dan.

2013. Paper presented at DE 2013: Open Digital, Salford, United Kingdom.

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Coulton, P, Race, N & Burnett, D 2013, 'Scarecrows, robots and time machines', Paper presented at DE 2013: Open Digital, Salford, United Kingdom, 4/11/13 - 6/11/13.

APA

Coulton, P., Race, N., & Burnett, D. (2013). Scarecrows, robots and time machines. Paper presented at DE 2013: Open Digital, Salford, United Kingdom.

Vancouver

Coulton P, Race N, Burnett D. Scarecrows, robots and time machines. 2013. Paper presented at DE 2013: Open Digital, Salford, United Kingdom.

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Coulton, Paul ; Race, Nicholas ; Burnett, Dan. / Scarecrows, robots and time machines. Paper presented at DE 2013: Open Digital, Salford, United Kingdom.2 p.

Bibtex

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RIS

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