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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2010Born Digital, Grown Digital - The videogame World is a Hyperactive PhenomenonDE PRATO GIUDITTA; FEIJOO Claudio; SIMON JEAN-PAULArticles in Journals
2011Exploring the Logic of Mobile SearchWESTLUND Oscar; GOMEZ-BARROSO Jose-Luis; COMPANO Ramon; FEIJOO ClaudioArticles in Journals
2012Factors required for mobile search going mainstreamGOMEZ-BARROSO Jose Luis; BACIGALUPO Margherita; NIKOLOV Stavri; COMPANO Ramon; FEIJOO ClaudioArticles in Journals
2009The Impact of Social Computing on the EU Information Society and EconomyALA-MUTKA Kirsti Maria; BROSTER David; CACHIA Romina; CENTENO MEDIAVILLA Isabel Clara; FEIJOO Claudio; HACHE Alexandra; KLUZER Stefano; LINDMARK Sven; LUSOLI Wainer; MISURACA GIANLUCA, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2009The Next Paradigm Shift in the Mobile Ecosystem: Mobile Social Computing and the Increasing Relevance of UsersFEIJOO Claudio; PASCU Corina; MISURACA GIANLUCA; LUSOLI WainerArticles in books
2011Opportunities in the Mobile Search MarketGOMEZ-BARROSO Jose Luis; FEIJOO Claudio; COMPANO RamonArticles in Journals
2011Promising Prospects in Mobile Search: Business as Usual or Techno-Economic Disruptions?COMPANO Ramon; GOMEZ-BARROSO Jose Luis; FEIJOO ClaudioArticles in Journals
2010Prospects of Mobile SearchGOMEZ-BARROSO Jose-Luis; COMPANO Ramon; FEIJOO Claudio; BACIGALUPO Margherita; WESTLUND Oscar; RAMOS Sergio; JAOKAR Ajit; ALVAREZ Federico; DE WAELE Rudy; MATEOS-BARRADO Gema, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2010What is Missing for the Full Deployment of Mobile Search Services? Results from a Survey with ExpertsNIKOLOV STAVRI GEORGIEV; COMPANO Ramon; BACIGALUPO Margherita; GOMEZ-BARROSO Jose-Luis; FEIJOO ClaudioContributions to Conferences
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