Vol. 30, No. 2, February 1997

Table of Contents


Wearable Computing:
A First Step Toward Personal Imaging

Steve Mann
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the Influence of Formal Methods

Shari Lawrence Pfleeger and Les Hatton

Trends in Mobile Satellite Technology
Gary Comparetto and Rafols Ramirez

Global Teleporting with Java: Toward Ubiquitous Personalized Computing
Kenneth R. Wood, Tristan Richardson, Frazer Bennett, Andy Harter, and Andy Hopper

Trusting Mobile User Devices and Security Modules
Andreas Pfitzmann, Birgit Pfitzmann, and Michael Waidner

Customizing System Software Using OO Frameworks
Nayeem Islam

Neural and Fuzzy Methods in Handwriting Recognition
Paul D. Gader, James M. Keller, Raghu Krishnapuram,
Jung-Hsien Chiang, and Magdi Mohamed


Internet Watch
Internet Job Search
Dwaine Maltais
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Letters//Open Channel
Challenges for Processor Designers
Maurice Wilkes

Up Front
Breaking the Teraflops Barrier
David Clark

Industry Trends
The Internet in Space: Problems and Solutions
Lee Goldberg

News Briefs
Digital TV v Key-Recovery Compromise v Unix Flaw

CSUpdate//Technical Activities Forum//Call and Calendar
CS Members Become IEEE Fellows v 1997 Election Timetable v Embedded Networked Systems

Linking Computers and Consumer Electronics
Charles Severance

New Products//New Books

Integrated Engineering
Integrated Engineering of Computer-Based Systems
Jerzy Rosenblit and Sanjaya Kumar

Software Realities
The Hard Road from Method to Practice
James Bach

Binary Critic
Report from Comdex Dimension
Sorel Reisman

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