Table of Contents
DEPARTMENT: Editorial pointers
DEPARTMENT: News track
COLUMN: Digital village
Digital technology is easing access and lowering barriers for a new generation of criminal.
DEPARTMENT: ACM distinguished members
Inaugural class represents leading industries, research labs, and universities.
DEPARTMENT: Hot links
They also make it more hands-on, real, practical, and immediate, inspiring a new generation of scientists' deep interest in the field.
SPECIAL ISSUE: Software product line engineering
Mapping the technical and business activities and steps required for successful organizational adoption.
Examining the benefits of next-generation SPL methods.
Addressing the challenges involved in broadening the scope of software product families.
An example from the Swedish Defense Industry.
Implementing feature-oriented variability modeling throughout the life cycle.
Developing mechanisms for mapping features to analysis models.
Establishing effective change management practices to prevent uncontrolled evolution of the product platform.
Using formal verification techniques to verify designs within a product line.
Exploring principles and potential solutions.
RFID-embedded money is likely to mean the end of anonymous transactions and with it one of the last bastions of personal anonymity.
Context-aware Web service would significantly benefit the interactions between human, applications, and the environment.
A range of versatile auction formats are coming that allow more flexibility in specifying demand and supply.
Small and medium-sized companies in the U.S. make better use of IT than their Canadian counterparts.
COLUMN: Technical opinion
COLUMN: Inside risks