DEPARTMENT: Editorial pointers
DEPARTMENT: News track
COLUMN: Staying connected
Tracking the circuitous tradeoffs of potential consumer benefit versus marketer intrusiveness.
COLUMN: The business of software
Corporate executives are realizing that not only is managing software important, it is the essence of what they do.
SPECIAL ISSUE: Multimodal interfaces that flex, adapt, and persist
The latest research indicates using a combination of biometric avenues for human identification is more effective, and far more challenging.
Designing effective digital systems in safety-critical arenas takes interfaces inspired by, or included in, the physical world.
Commonalities help answer many context-aware questions that arise in human-computer interaction.
There are still obstacles to achieving general, robust, high-performance computer vision systems. The last decade, however, has seen significant progress in vision technologies for human-computer interaction.
Although progress has been impressive, there are still several hurdles that speech recognition technology must clear before ubiquitous adoption can be realized. R&D in spontaneous and free-flowing speech style is critical to …
Conflict between software testers and developers is inevitable, but mindful managers minimize its effect on development projects through communication, mutual respect, even social interaction.
How to identify, hire, and keep prized IT professionals with the skills companies need most to compete in uncertain technological and business times.
Seeking to realize the potential of a reemergent communications capability.
Return to the historical ARPANET and NSFNET model to support simultaneous application, computational, middleware, storage, and network research on the same experimental infrastructure.
Comparing differences and similarities in programming language usage according to programmer gender.
Determining why the roots of the disparity in national piracy levels lie beyond economics.
Health Web sites are employ a medley of trust-building approaches. But does a definitive formula exist for winning consumer trust?
COLUMN: Inside risks