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Communications of the ACM

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Looking toward the year 2000


Intelligence: logical or biological


From Fortran and Algol to object-oriented languages


Back to the real world


Scalable, secure, mobile computing with location information


Charade: remote control of objects using free-hand gestures


Environmental technology: making the real world virtual


Situated information spaces and spatially aware palmtop computers


Tracking requirements for augmented reality


Knowledge-based augmented reality


Behavior construction kits


This is not a pipe


Some computer science issues in ubiquitous computing


Responsive office environments


Interacting with paper on the DigitalDesk


Augmenting reality: adding computational dimensions to paper


Designing new principles to sustain research in our universities


Technical correspondence


Risk on the rails