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The Future of Socio-Technical Design for Ubiquitous Computing Systems

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To conclude we first summarise the main contributions of this book. In particular, we recapitulate the major improvements achieved and link them with each other. Based on this recapitulation of our contributions we offer a perspective for future work on the socio-technical design of ubiquitous computing systems.

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Wacker, A., Leimeister, J.M., Hoffmann, H. (2014). The Future of Socio-Technical Design for Ubiquitous Computing Systems. In: David, K., et al. Socio-technical Design of Ubiquitous Computing Systems. Springer, Cham.

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