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The rapid development of information communication technologies (ICTs) is having a profound impact across numerous aspects of social, economic, and cultural activity worldwide, and keeping pace with the associated effects, implications, opportunities, and pitfalls has been challenging to researchers in diverse realms ranging from education to competitive intelligence. Information Communication Technologies: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications is the essential reference source developed to meet these research challenges; compiling breaking research in the pivotal areas of social adaptation to information technology. The most comprehensive reference work in the field, this collection covers such topics as ad-hoc networks, collaborative environments, e-governance, and urban information systems, with case studies, empirical analysis, and conceptual models. With over 300 chapters contributed by nearly 650 experts, this six-volume compendium will provide any library s collection with the definitive reference on ICTs.
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