By David Gries, Terry M. Walker, Paul Young
Communications of the ACM,
Vol. 32 No. 3, Pages 294-297
With the severe crisis in computing behind us, the field is beginning to shed its preoccupation with its internal affairs. The representation of computing research to the public and to policy makers, was a major issue at Snowbird 88. Since no single entity fills this role, the Computing Research Board plans to fill it.
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