Communications of the ACM


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Communications of the ACM

(publication)
(CACM) A monthly publication by the Association for Computing Machinery sent to all members. CACM is an influential publication that keeps computer science professionals up to date on developments. Each issue includes articles, case studies, practitioner oriented pieces, regular columns, commentary, departments, the ACM Forum, and technical correspondence, and advertisements.

http://acm.org/cacm/.
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In the Communications of the ACM, Czaja and Hiltz (2005) highlighted the importance of considering the needs and abilities of older adults in system design.
Further reading: "Recent Progress in Quantum Algorithms" by Dave Bacom and Wim van Dam, Communications of the ACM.
The researchers reported in the April 2006 Communications of the ACM (Association for Computing Machinery) that after running an analysis on 30 to 40 messages from any known author, the program could identify subsequent messages by that author with 93 percent accuracy in Chinese, 95 percent in Arabic, and 99 percent in English.
He originated the Lisp programming language, publishing its design in Communications of the ACM in 1960, and began the initial research on general-purpose time-sharing computer systems.
The Global Diffusion of the Internet: Patterns and Problems," Communications of the ACM, 37:8, 1994.
Among the journals included in ProQuest Computing are Journal of the Association for Computing Machinery, Communications of the ACM, Byte, Computer Reseller News, Computerworld, and InfoWorld.
He is a contributing editor of numerous publications, including Communications of the ACM, Microtimes, and Mondo 2000.
A summary of this report by the same authors is available as "Crypto Policy Perspectives" in the Communications of the ACM 37, no.
He has written nearly one hundred articles on computing subjects and has served as a columnist for three leading publications: Communications of the ACM ("The Practical Programmer"), IEEE Software ("The Loyal Opposition"), and Information Systems Management ("Through a Glass, Darkly").
Another is a television that recognizes whether someone is watching it and, if not, pauses the action on its display Such attentive devices can sum into an environment that can respond to or even anticipate a person's needs, Vertegaal's group proposes in the March Communications of the ACM.
All tables of contents and full texts are in place, with the exception of the Communications of the ACM.
com/), the Web's fastest-growing site for comparison shopping and originator of AIR (Affinity Index Ranking), has published an article on their patent pending AIR[TM] technology in leading industry publication Communications of the ACM.

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