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February 2010


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Open Access to Scientific Publications

Open Access to Scientific Publications

In his July 2009 Communications editor's letter "Open, Closed, or Clopen Access?", editor-in-chief Moshe Vardi addressed the question of open access to this magazine and to…


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Why an Informatics Degree?

Why an Informatics Degree?

Isn't computer science enough?


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The Need For a National Cybersecurity R&D Agenda

The Need For a National Cybersecurity R&D Agenda

Government-funded initiatives, in cooperation with private-sector partners in key technology areas, are fundamental to cybersecurity technical transformation.


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Taking Your Network's Temperature

Taking Your Network's Temperature

A prescription for capturing data to diagnose and debug a networking problem.

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