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2010 Second International Conference on Mobile, Hybrid, and On-Line Learning
Social networks and multiplayer online games have drastically gained in popularity over the last decade. Likewise smartphones have become interesting targets for extending social networks and multiplayer games thanks to their innovative features such as intuitive user interfaces. Mobile versions of games and social network applications often make use of special capabilities of smartphones such as GPS and accelerometer. Porting these applications to different smartphones incurs high overhead duedoi:10.1109/elml.2010.13 fatcat:jqm6xdn4pjh4bcr3vi4pvymhmq