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Enabling Technologies and Design Values for Building the Real World Web
Computational Methods in Science and Technology
The notions of ubiquitous computing and networking, and the increasing availability of compact, low power sensing technologies naturally lead to the idea that we can expect to see large numbers of sensors embedded in the fabric of our everyday lives and that these could form a "Real World Web" of real-time data sources about our world. Implications for e-Research include sharing of real-time data from scientific instruments and aggregation of many types of information to answer complexdoi:10.12921/cmst.2009.15.01.83-93 fatcat:narpobqof5gdpjwe3wswx64ne4