Using augmented reality for supporting information exchange in teams from the security domain
Security Informatics, December 2015
Dragos Datcu, Stephan Lukosch, Heide Lukosch, Marina Cidota
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|Student > Master||4||14%|
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|Agricultural and Biological Sciences||2||7%|
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