Assoc. for Computing Machinery, 1995.
Condition: Very Good to near fine glossy illus. magazines, some with mailing labels intact on lower front covers, some light rubbing and shelfwear. Bindings are sound and secure, pages clean.
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Item DescriptionJanuary 1995 -- Women in Computing; February 1995 -- Issues and Challenges in ATM networks; standards for free; How legislative problems may impact the future of the NII; March 1995 -- Uncertainty in AI; web publishing; coordination in software development; Temporal difference learning; April 1995 -- Digitial Libraries; the ACM electronic publishing plan; Copyright issues and policies in cyberspace
May 1995 -- Requirements Gathering the human factor; rerouting the highway, computing in small countries; June 1995 -- COgnitiion and software development; computer equity in the classroom; July 1995 -- End-user training and learning; McLuhan meets the Net; August 1995 -- Designing Hypermedia applications; target internet, software compatibility and the law;
September 1995 -- Representations of Work; computing in Chile, OTA R.I.P.; October 1995 -- Object-oriented experiences and future trends; Smalltalk on the rise; Audio comes to the Net; the risks of social security numbers; November 1995 -- New Horizons in commercial and industrial AI; Entering the digital village; Electronic classrooms; Safety as a system property; December 1995 -- Rethinking Copyright and Ethics on the Net.