Stuart Feldman

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The human-computer interaction (HCI) community is diverse. Academics and practitioners from science, engineering, and design contribute to its lively development, but communication and cooperation between the different groups is often challenging. Designers struggle to apply the results of scientific studies to their design problems. At times, open(More)
Although this report was prepared by a task force commissioned by the National Science Foundation, all opinions, findings, and recommendations expressed within it are those of the task force and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation. Preface The Software for Science and Engineering (SSE) Task Force commenced in June 2009(More)
IT-driven innovation is an enormous factor in the worldwide economic leadership of the United States. It is larger than finance, construction, or transportation, and it employs nearly 6% of the US workforce. The top three companies, as measured by market capitalization, are IT companies - Apple, Google (now Alphabet), and Microsoft. Facebook, a relatively(More)
ii This publication has been produced by the United Nations Industrial Develop­ ment Organization (UNIDO) under the general guidance of Ludovico Alcorta, Director, Development Policy, Statistics and Research Branch. The author(s) of each individual chapter are indicated. This document has been produced without formal United Nations editing. The designations(More)
1! ! Software is a critical and pervasive component of the cyberinfrastructure for science and engineering. It is the software that binds together the hardware, networks, data, and users such that new knowledge and discovery result from cyberinfrastructure. Furthermore, software must evolve to meet rapid changes in hardware architectures as well as any new(More)
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