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Peer to Peer Ubiquities

Abstract : This speak is a part of an analysis we after a study about peer to peer (P2P) community that we did a couple of yea ago. First I give you the main results of this study. After I'll talk about three categories of ubiquity that we identified in P2P uses. P2P users are engaged at the same time or during their uses in many levels of ubiquity: one we called the cyberubiquity (to act here and perform on the net), the second is multitasking ubiquity (using different types of computer tools or communication devices at same time), and last, the multiP2P networks ubiquity (the competence of users to be on different networks at the same time).
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Submitted on : Wednesday, November 6, 2013 - 9:52:54 AM
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Vincent Mabillot, Geneviève Vidal. Peer to Peer Ubiquities. 2004. ⟨sic_00880419⟩



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