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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Ubiquitous computing architectures enable interaction and collaboration in multi-user applications. We explore the challenges of integrating the disparate services required in such architectures and describe how we have met these challenges in the context of a real-world application that operates on heterogeneous hardware and run-time environments. As a compelling example, we consider the role of ubiquitous computing to support the needs of a distributed multi-user game, including mobility,doi:10.1007/978-3-642-02164-0_12 fatcat:szdb2jgucna7bczpwqwgucqyou