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  1. Edelmann N. Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology, Third Edition. 2014. chapter 632:6438
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  2. Wijaya SW, Watson J, Bruce C. Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology, Third Edition. 2014. chapter 639:6503
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  3. Coulson NS, Malik S. Encyclopedia of Cyber Behavior. 2012. chapter 57:671
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