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"This book presents an interesting and deep discussion of some of the principle problems of artificial reality. The point of view of the author ... will help computer science readers broaden their understanding of the classical vision of the subject. ... The book presents an interesting approach for the interpretation of artificial reality and artificial things." (Pietro Hiram Guzzi, Computing Reviews, November 14, 2012)