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The role of the representational entity in physical computing

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The role of the representational entity in physical computing. / Stepney, Susan; Kendon, Viv.

2019. 219–231 Paper presented at UCNC 2019, Tokyo, Japan, June 2019, Tokyo, Japan.

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Stepney, S & Kendon, V 2019, 'The role of the representational entity in physical computing', Paper presented at UCNC 2019, Tokyo, Japan, June 2019, Tokyo, Japan, 3/06/19 - 7/06/19 pp. 219–231. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-19311-9_18

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Stepney, S., & Kendon, V. (2019). The role of the representational entity in physical computing. 219–231. Paper presented at UCNC 2019, Tokyo, Japan, June 2019, Tokyo, Japan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-19311-9_18

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Stepney S, Kendon V. The role of the representational entity in physical computing. 2019. Paper presented at UCNC 2019, Tokyo, Japan, June 2019, Tokyo, Japan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-19311-9_18

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Stepney, Susan ; Kendon, Viv. / The role of the representational entity in physical computing. Paper presented at UCNC 2019, Tokyo, Japan, June 2019, Tokyo, Japan.13 p.

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