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A security event description of intelligent applications in edge-cloud environment

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Title
A security event description of intelligent applications in edge-cloud environment
Published in
Journal of Cloud Computing, May 2020
DOI 10.1186/s13677-020-00171-0
Authors

Qianmu Li, Xiaochun Yin, Shunmei Meng, Yaozong Liu, Zijian Ying

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#12,365,348
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