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Mobile and Ubiquitous Computing

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Mobile and Ubiquitous Computing


Welcome to the class website for the Fall 2011 Mobile and Ubiquitous Computing course, CS7470. This course is cross-listed for undergrads as CS4605 and for Industrial Design students as ID4833.


Lectures are held 1:35PM - 2:55PM Tuesday and Thursday in Klaus 2447

Most supplementary lessons on prototyping equipment will be held in the Tech Square Research Building (TSRB)



Gregory D. Abowd (abowd AT gatech.edu) 
Office: Tech Square Research Building, Third Floor, Room 329 
OR Health Systems Institute, 2nd Floor, Room 210B 
Office Hours: by email appointment



Edison Thomaz (ethomaz AT gatech.edu)
Office: Tech Square Research Building, Third Floor, Room 330
Office Hours: by email appointment




Krumm, J. (2009). Ubiquitous Computing (1st ed.). Chapman & Hall/CRC. http://www.amazon.com/Ubiquitous-Computing-Fundamentals-John-Krumm/dp/1420093606



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