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IEEE Computer May 2008 (Vol. 41, No.5) ISSN: 0018-9162  

Table Of Contents

Article Summaries  p. 4
The Known World
Know Your Audience  David Alan Grier, George Washington University pp. 6-8
32 & 16 Years Ago
32 & 16 Years Ago  pp. 9-10
Industry Trends
Is It Finally Time to Worry about Mobile Malware?  George Lawton, freelance pp. 12-14
Technology News
ARM and Intel Battle over the Mobile Chip's Future  Brad Smith, freelance tech 5-18
News Briefs
News Briefs Linda Dailey Paulson, freelance technology writer pp. 19-21
The Antikythera Mechanism: A Computer Science Perspective
Diomidis Spinellis, Athens University of Economics and Business  pp. 22-27
Cover Feature
Emerging Nanoscale Memory and Logic Devices: A Critical Assessment
James A. Hutchby, Semiconductor Research Corp.  pp. 28-32

Emerging Research Architectures  Ralph Cavin,  pp. 33-37

Boolean Logic and Alternative Information-Processing Devices
George Bourianoff, Intel pp. 38-46
Research Feature
A Practical Paradigm and Platform for Video-Based Human-Computer Interaction
Jason J. Corso, Johns Hopkins University pp. 48-55

Improving Wireless Health Monitoring Using Incentive-Based Router Cooperation
Upkar Varshney, Georgia State University pp. 56-62
Bookshelf  p. 63 Career Opportunities
Career Opportunities (PDF)pp. 64-66
Report to Members
Introducing the Advanced Technology Executive Forum
Rangachar Kasturi, IEEE Computer Society pp. 67-69
Computer Society Connection
Computer Society Releases Q3 & 4 Conference Slate
Bob Ward, IEEE Computer Societypp. 70-73
Call and Calendar
Call and Calendar  pp. 77-80
IT Systems Perspective
A New Mission for the Information Systems Discipline
Don Hardaway, Saint Louis University pp. 81-83
Web Technologies
Video 2.0: Building Next-Generation Video Networks
Paul Sanchirico, Cisco pp. 84-86
Software Engineering Certification Schemes
Stephen Seidman, University of Central Arkansas pp. 87-89
The Craft of Programming  Neville Holmes, University of Tasmania pp. 92, 90-91