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Communications of the ACM

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Editorial Pointers

News track

Using technology to address old problems in new ways

From Washington: shaping public policy in the information age

Viewpoint: did Chuck Babbage predict software piracy?

Forum: only the names have changed

Information systems and economics

The emerging role of electronic marketplaces on the Internet

Internet service providers, proprietary content, and the battle for users' dollars

Beyond the productivity paradox

International dimensions of the productivity paradox

Progress, obstacles, and opportunities in software engineering economics

Evaluating the cost of software quality


Web-based development of complex information products

The case for user-centered CASE tools

Effective distribution of object-oriented applications

Achieving bottom-line improvements with enterprise frameworks

Computer science and software engineering: filing for divorce?