The popularity of an increasing number of mobile devices, such as PDAs, laptops, smart phones, and tablet computers, has made the mobile device the central method of communication in many societies. These devices may be used as electronic wallets, social networking tools, or may serve as a person's main access point to the World Wide Web.
The Handbook of Research on Mobile Software Engineering: Design, Implementation, and Emergent Applications highlights state-of-the-art research concerning the key issues surrounding current and future challenges associated with the software engineering of mobile systems and related emergent applications. This handbook addresses gaps in the literature within the area of software engineering and the mobile computing world.
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