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IEEE Computer Volume 15 Number 7 -- THE BOOKSHELF

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000131522D
Original Publication Date: 1982-Jul-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Nov-11
Document File: 3 page(s) / 17K

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THE BOOKSHELF * Now available. . . ** 384: Proceedings -- Computers in Cardiology, September 23-25, 1981 -- 576 pp. * Recent publications. . . ** 907: Draft Report on Computer Systems Technologies Education, 1980 -- 14 pp. ** 411: Proceedings -- 9th Annual Computer Architecture Symposium, April 26-29, 1982 -- 335 pp. ** 409: Proceedings -- The 14th Southeastern Symposium on System Theory, April 15-16, 1982 -- 318 pp. ** 425: Tutorial -- Computer Graphics, Second Edition, edited by John Beatty and Kellogg Booth, April 1982 -- 576 pp. ** 388: Proceedings -- First International Conference and Workshop on Picture Archiving and Communications Systems (PACS) for Medical Applications, January 18-21, 1981 -- 398 pp. ** 397: Proceedings -- Compcon Spring 82, February 22-25, 1982 -- 418 pp. ** 386: Tutorial -- VLSI Support Technologies: Computer- Aided Design, Testing, and Packaging, edited by Rex Rice, 1982 -- 450 pp.

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THIS DOCUMENT IS AN APPROXIMATE REPRESENTATION OF THE ORIGINAL.

This record contains textual material that is copyright ©; 1982 by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. All rights reserved. Contact the IEEE Computer Society http://www.computer.org/ (714-821-8380) for copies of the complete work that was the source of this textual material and for all use beyond that as a record from the SPI Database.

THE BOOKSHELF Now available. . .

384: Proceedings -- Computers in Cardiology, September 23-25, 1981 -- 576 pp.

This conference was jointly sponsored by the National Research Council, the National Institutes of Health, the IEEE Computer Society, and three European medical organizations. Working independently or in groups, some 475 authors delivered papers that are presented in these proceedings. Among the subjects covered are arrhythmia monitoring, electrocardiography, echocardiography, left ventricular preformance and wall motion, and nuclear cardiology.

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Recent publications. . .

907: Draft Report on Computer Systems Technologies Education, 1980 -- 14 pp.

Prepared by the Education Committee of the IEEE Computer Society, this is the first draft of curriculum recommendations for community-college career programs for computer technicians. The intent is to suggest starting points for overall goals, curriculum content, and implementation guidelines, and to solicit additional input from a broader range of the community. The report includes sections on purpose and objectives, content (software- oriented, hardware-oriented, and hardware-software integrated), resources, faculty, students, and industrial liaison.

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411: Proceedings -- 9th Annual Computer Architecture Symposium, April 26-29, 1982 -- 335 pp.

Held in Austin, Texas, this symposium included sessions on high-level languages, integrated systems, interconnection networks, design approaches, fault-tolerant computing, data- base systems, distributed processing, and data-How and applicative language architectures. These proceedings contain all 35 papers delivered at the symposium.

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409: Proceedings -- The 14th Southeastern Symposium on System Theory, April 15-16, 1982 -- 318 pp.

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IEEE Computer Volume 15 Number 7 -- THE BOOKSHELF

The SSST, created to promote stronger contacts between the electrical-engineering and systems faculties of Southeast-US universities, returned to its campus of origin with this meeting. Session topics included parallel processing/interconnection networks, biosystems, control systems, power systems, network design and analysis, robotics, computer design, microprocessor applications, applied optics, image processing/pattern recognition, signal processing architectures, applied communications, system analysis and i...