UBIQUITOUS COMPUTING

A TEAM PRESENTATION BY: TEAM 4

Clara Chang

Donna Clapsaddle

Jennie Lyons

Jeff McCasland

In partial fulfillment of the requirements for DCS861A Emerging IT II - Spring'03

Pace University – DPS Program

May, 2003

 


References:

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