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Delivering services by building and running virtual organisations

By D Nguyen, S G Thompson, J Patel, L W T Teacy, N R Jennings, M Luck, V Dang, Stuart William Chalmers, Nir Oren, T J Norman, Alun David Preece, Peter Michael David Gray, G Shercliff, P J Stockreisser, J Shao, W A Gray and N J Fiddian


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Topics: QA76 Computer software, QA76
Year: 2006
DOI identifier: 10.1007/s10550-006-0029-6
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