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Introduction We have been developing software since the 1960s but still have not learned enough to ensure that our software development projects are successful. Boehm 2 suggested that realistic schedule and budgets together with a continuing steam of requirements changes are high risk factors....
We introduce Plushie, an interactive system that allows nonprofessional users to design their own original plush toys. To design a plush toy, one needs to construct an appropriate two-dimensional (2D) pattern. However, it is difficult for nonprofessional users to appropriately design a 2D...
Introduction Careless employees, who do not follow information security policies, constitute a serious threat to their organization. We conducted a field survey in order to understand which factors help towards employees' compliance with these security policies. Our research shows that the...
Introduction The processes behind corporate efforts to create, manage, publish, and archive Web information has also evolved using Web Content Management Systems (WCMS). WCMS allow teams to maintain Web content in a dynamic fashion through a user friendly interface and a modular application...
Future Tense, one of the revolving features on this page, presents stories and essays from the intersection of computational science and technological speculation, their boundaries limited only by our ability to imagine what will and could be. The computer reconfigures me.
How government-industry collaboration can have far-reaching economic influences.
Today's automated systems provide enormous safety and convenience. However, when glitches, problems, or breakdowns occur, the results can be catastrophic.
Last month (November 2009, p. 112) we posted a trio of brain teasers, including one as yet unsolved, concerning the covering of a plane.
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