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cacm - Volume 58 - Number 12 - December 2015
On lethal autonomous weapons.

Moshe Y. Vardi==

Advancing the ACM agenda.

Vinton G. Cerf==

What about statistical relational learning?

What do we do when the jobs are gone, and why we must embrace active learning.

Moshe Y. Vardi==Mark Guzdial==

When data is not enough.

Don Monroe==

The hyper-intelligent bandage.

Gregory Mone==

Technology brings online education in line with campus programs.

Keith Kirkpatrick==

The digital dark age.

David Anderson==

Why our theories of innovation fail us.

Peter J. Denning==Nicholas Dew==

Coupled ethical-epistemic analysis in teaching ethics.

Nancy Tuana==

Pickled patches.

George V. Neville-Neil==

Increasing the participation of individuals with disabilities in computing.

Richard E. Ladner==Sheryl Burgstahler==

Creating a new generation of computational thinkers.

Jeremy Scott==Alan Bundy==

I can't let you do that, Dave.

Cory Doctorow==

The case for banning killer robots: point.

Stephen Goose==

The case for banning killer robots: counterpoint.

Ronald C. Arkin==

How to de-identify your data.

Olivia Angiuli==Joe Blitzstein==Jim Waldo==

Lean software development: building and shipping two versions.

Kate Matsudaira==

Challenges of memory management on modern NUMA systems.

Fabien Gaud==Baptiste Lepers==Justin R. Funston==Mohammad Dashti==Alexandra Fedorova==Vivien Quéma==Renaud Lachaize==Mark Roth==

Personalizing maps.

Andrea Ballatore==Michela Bertolotto==

Propositions as types.

Philip Wadler==

Smart data pricing: using economics to manage network congestion.

Soumya Sen==Carlee Joe-Wong==Sangtae Ha==Mung Chiang==

Internet use and psychological well-being: effects of activity and audience.

Robert E. Kraut==Moira Burke==

Technical Perspective: Paris Beyond Frommer's.

Noah Snavely==

What makes Paris look like Paris?

Carl Doersch==Saurabh Singh==Abhinav Gupta==Josef Sivic==Alexei A. Efros==

Technical Perspective: In-Situ Database Management.

David Maier==

NoDB: efficient query execution on raw data files.

Ioannis Alagiannis==Renata Borovica-Gajic==Miguel Branco==Stratos Idreos==Anastasia Ailamaki==

Q&A: Redefining Architectures.

Leah Hoffmann==


cacm - Volume 58 - Number 11 - November 2015
A tale of ACM visions.

Bobby Schnabel==

Memory with a twist.

Vinton G. Cerf==

Who will read PACM?

How men can help women in CS; winning 'computing's Nobel prize'.

Valerie Barr==Michael Stonebraker==

Algorithmic authors.

Alex Wright==

Companies proactively seek out internal threats.

Esther Shein==

Brain science helps computers separate speakers in a crowded room.

Chris Edwards==

John H. Holland 1929-2015.

Security assurance.

Steven B. Lipner==

Software patents are falling down.

Pamela Samuelson==

Electronic health records and patient safety.

Muhammad Zia Hydari==Rahul Telang==William M. Marella==

Programming in K-12 science classrooms.

Pratim Sengupta==Amanda Dickes==Amy Voss Farris==Ashlyn Karan==David Martin==Mason Wright==

An interview with Fred Brooks.

Len Shustek==

When technologies manipulate our emotions.

Rafael A. Calvo==Dorian Peters==Sidney K. D'Mello==

Fail at scale.

Ben Maurer==

It probably works.

Tyler McMullen==

Componentizing the web.

Taylor Savage==

Information cartography.

Dafna Shahaf==Carlos Guestrin==Eric Horvitz==Jure Leskovec==

Why people post benevolent and malicious comments online.

So-Hyun Lee==Hee-Woong Kim==

Hidden in-game intelligence in NBA players' tweets.

Chenyan Xu==Yang Yu==Chun-Keung Hoi==

Inductive programming meets the real world.

Sumit Gulwani==José Hernández-Orallo==Emanuel Kitzelmann==Stephen H. Muggleton==Ute Schmid==Benjamin G. Zorn==

Technical Perspective: The Path to Light Transport.

Frédo Durand==

Geometric tools for exploring manifolds of light transport paths.

Wenzel Jakob==Steve Marschner==

Technical Perspective: Treating Networks Like Programs.

George Varghese==

Software dataplane verification.

Mihai Dobrescu==Katerina J. Argyraki==

Upstart Puzzles: Auction Triplets.

Dennis E. Shasha==


cacm - Volume 58 - Number 10 - October 2015
What can be done about gender diversity in computing?: a lot!

Moshe Y. Vardi==

The Third Heidelberg Laureate Forum.

Vinton G. Cerf==

Ban 'naked' braces!

The morality of online war; the fates of data analytics, HPC.

John Arquilla==Daniel A. Reed==

Scientists update views of light.

Gary Anthes==

Automotive systems get smarter.

Samuel Greengard==

Cyber policies on the rise.

Keith Kirkpatrick==

Keys under doormats.

Harold Abelson==Ross J. Anderson==Steven M. Bellovin==Josh Benaloh==Matt Blaze==Whitfield Diffie==John Gilmore==Matthew Green==Susan Landau==Peter G. Neumann==Ronald L. Rivest==Jeffrey I. Schiller==Bruce Schneier==Michael A. Specter==Daniel J. Weitzner==

In defense of IBM.

Michael A. Cusumano==

Storming the cubicle.

George V. Neville-Neil==

Thinking thoughts.

Phillip G. Armour==

Computing is history.

Thomas J. Misa==

Rise of concerns about AI: reflections and directions.

Thomas G. Dietterich==Eric Horvitz==

Life after MOOCs.

Phillip Compeau==Pavel A. Pevzner==

Crash consistency.

Thanumalayan Sankaranarayana Pillai==Vijay Chidambaram==Ramnatthan Alagappan==Samer Al-Kiswany==Andrea C. Arpaci-Dusseau==Remzi H. Arpaci-Dusseau==

Dismantling the barriers to entry.

Rich Harris==

Seeking anonymity in an internet panopticon.

Joan Feigenbaum==Bryan Ford==

Framing sustainability as a property of software quality.

Patricia Lago==Sedef Akinli Koçak==Ivica Crnkovic==Birgit Penzenstadler==

Discovering genes involved in disease and the mystery of missing heritability.

Eleazar Eskin==

Technical Perspective: Not just a matrix laboratory anymore.

Cleve B. Moler==

Computing numerically with functions instead of numbers.

Lloyd N. Trefethen==

Future Tense: Processional.

William Sims Bainbridge==


cacm - Volume 58 - Number 9 - September 2015
Should conferences meet journals and where?: a proposal for 'PACM'.

Joseph A. Konstan==Jack W. Davidson==

On (computing) artifacts.

Vinton G. Cerf==

May the computational force be with you.

Moving beyond the cold war.

John Arquilla==

Split second.

Neil Savage==

Sensing emotions.

Gregory Mone==

New news aggregator apps.

Logan Kugler==

Innovators assemble: Ada Lovelace, Walter Isaacson, and the superheroines of computing.

Thomas Haigh==Mark Priestley==

The rise of the robo notice.

Joe Karaganis==Jennifer Urban==

The value of social theories for global computing.

Dorothea Kleine==

Automated education and the professional.

Peter J. Denning==

Experiments as research validation: have we gone too far?

Jeffrey D. Ullman==

Theory without experiments: have we gone too far?

Michael Mitzenmacher==

The pros and cons of the 'PACM' proposal: point.

Kathryn S. McKinley==

The pros and cons of the 'PACM' proposal: counterpoint.

David S. Rosenblum==

Natural language translation at the intersection of AI and HCI.

Spence Green==Jeffrey Heer==Christopher D. Manning==

Testing a distributed system.

Philip Maddox==

Trustworthy hardware from untrusted components.

Simha Sethumadhavan==Adam Waksman==Matthew Suozzo==Yipeng Huang==Julianna Eum==

Debugging high-performance computing applications at massive scales.

Ignacio Laguna==Dong H. Ahn==Bronis R. de Supinski==Todd Gamblin==Gregory L. Lee==Martin Schulz==Saurabh Bagchi==Milind Kulkarni==Bowen Zhou==Zhezhe Chen==Feng Qin==

On the categorization of scientific citation profiles in computer science.

Tanmoy Chakraborty==Suhansanu Kumar==Pawan Goyal==Niloy Ganguly==Animesh Mukherjee==

Commonsense reasoning and commonsense knowledge in artificial intelligence.

Ernest Davis==Gary Marcus==

Bitcoin: under the hood.

Aviv Zohar==

A woodworker's easy fix: technical perspective.

Marc Alexa==

Guided exploration of physically valid shapes for furniture design.

Nobuyuki Umetani==Takeo Igarashi==Niloy J. Mitra==

Q&A: A Passion for Pairings.

Leah Hoffmann==


cacm - Volume 58 - Number 8 - August 2015
Why doesn't ACM have a SIG for theoretical computer science?

Moshe Y. Vardi==

Invention.

Vinton G. Cerf==

Not so easy to forget.

Plain talk on computing education.

Mark Guzdial==

Teaching computers with illusions.

Esther Shein==

Touching the virtual.

Logan Kugler==

The moral challenges of driverless cars.

Keith Kirkpatrick==

Security for mobile and cloud frontiers in healthcare.

David Kotz==Kevin Fu==Carl A. Gunter==Aviel D. Rubin==

Permissionless innovation.

Henry Chesbrough==Marshall W. Van Alstyne==

Hickory dickory doc.

George V. Neville-Neil==

Understanding the U.S. domestic computer science Ph.D. pipeline.

Susanne E. Hambrusch==Ran Libeskind-Hadas==Eric Aaron==

Learning through computational creativity.

Leen-Kiat Soh==Duane F. Shell==Elizabeth Ingraham==Stephen Ramsay==Brian Moore==

Testing web applications with state objects.

Arie van Deursen==

From the EDVAC to WEBVACs.

Daniel C. Wang==

Programming the quantum future.

Benoît Valiron==Neil J. Ross==Peter Selinger==D. Scott Alexander==Jonathan M. Smith==

Surveillance and falsification implications for open source intelligence investigations.

Petra Saskia Bayerl==Babak Akhgar==

Challenges deploying complex technologies in a traditional organization.

Rua-Huan Tsaih==David C. Yen==Yu-Chien Chang==

Network science, web science, and internet science.

Thanassis Tiropanis==Wendy Hall==Jon Crowcroft==Noshir S. Contractor==Leandros Tassiulas==

Corralling crowd power: technical perspective.

Aniket Kittur==

Soylent: a word processor with a crowd inside.

Michael S. Bernstein==Greg Little==Robert C. Miller==Björn Hartmann==Mark S. Ackerman==David R. Karger==David Crowell==Katrina Panovich==

Upstart puzzles.

Dennis E. Shasha==


cacm - Volume 58 - Number 7 - July 2015
A new chief executive officer and executive director of ACM.

Alexander L. Wolf==

Milestones.

Vinton G. Cerf==

Quality vs. quantity in faculty publications.

The dangers of military robots, the risks of online voting.

John Arquilla==Duncan A. Buell==

Growing pains for deep learning.

Chris Edwards==

Bringing big data to the big tent.

Gregory Goth==

The new smart cities.

Gregory Mone==

ACM announces 2014 award recipients.

Lawrence M. Fisher==

Anti-circumvention rules limit reverse engineering.

Pamela Samuelson==

Respecting people and respecting privacy.

L. Jean Camp==

Preserving the digital record of computing history.

David Anderson==

An updated software Almanac.

Phillip G. Armour==

African Americans in the U.S. computing sciences workforce.

Juan E. Gilbert==Jerlando F. L. Jackson==Edward C. Dillon Jr.==LaVar J. Charleston==

The future of computer science and engineering is in your hands.

Vijay Kumar==Thomas A. Kalil==

Low-latency distributed applications in finance.

Andrew Brook==

Using free and open source tools to manage software quality.

Phelim Dowling==Kevin McGrath==

Exascale computing and big data.

Daniel A. Reed==Jack J. Dongarra==

Using rhetorical structure in sentiment analysis.

Alexander Hogenboom==Flavius Frasincar==Franciska de Jong==Uzay Kaymak==

Passwords and the evolution of imperfect authentication.

Joseph Bonneau==Cormac Herley==Paul C. van Oorschot==Frank Stajano==

Unifying logic and probability.

Stuart J. Russell==

The simplicity of cache efficient functional algorithms: technical perspective.

William D. Clinger==

Cache efficient functional algorithms.

Guy E. Blelloch==Robert Harper==

Future Tense: Toy Box Earth.

Brian Clegg==


cacm - Volume 58 - Number 6 - June 2015
Thank you...

John White==

A celebration of accomplishments.

Vinton G. Cerf==

To learn CS principles, start in the cafeteria line.

Bringing evidence-based education to CS.

Mark Guzdial==

Plenty of proteins.

Neil Savage==

Between the lines.

Samuel Greengard==

Estonia: a model for e-government.

Gary Anthes==

Klaus Tschira: 1940-2015.

Andreas Reuter==

Forging relationships.

Neil Savage==

Routing money, not packets.

Vishal Misra==

Emergent innovation.

Peter J. Denning==

Lazarus code.

George V. Neville-Neil==

Forgetting made (too) easy.

Meg Leta Jones==

Created computed universe.

Yannis Papakonstantinou==

An interview with U.S. chief technology officer Megan Smith.

Vinton G. Cerf==

The science of managing data science.

Kate Matsudaira==

Reliable Cron across the planet.

Stepán Davidovic==Kavita Guliani==

Evaluation without ground truth in social media research.

Reza Zafarani==Huan Liu==

Colored Petri nets: a graphical language for formal modeling and validation of concurrent systems.

Kurt Jensen==Lars Michael Kristensen==

Turing lecture: The computer science of concurrency: the early years.

Leslie Lamport==

Future internets escape the simulator.

Mark Berman==Piet Demeester==Jae Woo Lee==Kiran Nagaraja==Michael Zink==Didier Colle==Dilip Kumar Krishnappa==Dipankar Raychaudhuri==Henning Schulzrinne==Ivan Seskar==Sachin Sharma==

Virtual reality in your living room: technical perspective.

Patrick Baudisch==

IllumiRoom: immersive experiences beyond the TV screen.

Brett R. Jones==Hrvoje Benko==Eyal Ofek==Andrew D. Wilson==

Q&A: The Path to Clean Data.

Leah Hoffmann==


cacm - Volume 58 - Number 5 - May 2015
Incentivizing quality and impact in computing research.

Moshe Y. Vardi==

Cascade failure.

Vinton G. Cerf==

Abolish software warranty disclaimers.

Introducing young women to CS, and supporting advanced research environments.

Joel Adams==Daniel A. Reed==

Is "good enough" computing good enough?

Logan Kugler==

Putting the data science into journalism.

Keith Kirkpatrick==

Robots with a human touch.

Gregory Mone==

Life of IP.

Michael Schrage==Marshall W. Van Alstyne==

What are we doing when we teach computing in schools?

Sally Fincher==

Oracle v. Google: a high-stakes legal fight for the software industry.

Christopher Jon Sprigman==

Teach foundational language principles.

Thomas Ball==Benjamin G. Zorn==

Managing your digital life.

Serge Abiteboul==Benjamin André==Daniel Kaplan==

There is no now.

Justin Sheehy==

Parallel processing with promises.

Spencer Rathbun==

Privacy behaviors after Snowden.

Sören Preibusch==

Decoding femininity in computer science in India.

Roli Varma==Deepak Kapur==

Optimization as motion selection principle in robot action.

Jean-Paul Laumond==Nicolas Mansard==Jean-Bernard Lasserre==

Programming multicore computers: technical perspective.

James R. Larus==

Can traditional programming bridge the ninja performance gap for parallel computing applications?

Nadathur Satish==Changkyu Kim==Jatin Chhugani==Hideki Saito==Rakesh Krishnaiyer==Mikhail Smelyanskiy==Milind Girkar==Pradeep Dubey==

Upstart Puzzles: Strategic Friendship.

Dennis E. Shasha==


cacm - Volume 58 - Number 4 - April 2015
Charting the future: scholarly publishing in CS.

Joseph A. Konstan==Jack W. Davidson==

The human touch.

Vinton G. Cerf==

Human or machine?

The arbitrariness of reviews, and advice for school administrators.

John Langford==Mark Guzdial==

Molecular moonshots.

Alex Wright==

Secure-system designers strive to stem data leaks.

Chris Edwards==

What's the price now?

Mark Broderick==

Toward more secure software.

Dorothy E. Denning==

Competing in emerging markets.

Mari Sako==

Raw networking.

George V. Neville-Neil==

An interview with Juris Hartmanis.

Len Shustek==

Who builds a house without drawing blueprints?

Leslie Lamport==

Go static or go home.

Paul Vixie==

Hadoop superlinear scalability.

Neil J. Gunther==Paul Puglia==Kristofer Tomasette==

Sketch-Thru-Plan: a multimodal interface for command and control.

Philip R. Cohen==Edward C. Kaiser==M. Cecelia Buchanan==Scott Lind==Michael J. Corrigan==R. Matthews Wesson==

How Amazon web services uses formal methods.

Chris Newcombe==Tim Rath==Fan Zhang==Bogdan Munteanu==Marc Brooker==Michael Deardeuff==

Security challenges for medical devices.

Johannes Sametinger==Jerzy W. Rozenblit==Roman L. Lysecky==Peter Ott==

The specialization trend in computer hardware: techincal perspective.

Trevor N. Mudge==

Convolution engine: balancing efficiency and flexibility in specialized computing.

Wajahat Qadeer==Rehan Hameed==Ofer Shacham==Preethi Venkatesan==Christos Kozyrakis==Mark Horowitz==

Future Tense: The Wealth of Planets.

David Allen Batchelor==


cacm - Volume 58 - Number 3 - March 2015
Raising ACM's Digital Library.

Wayne Graves==

Make abstracts communicate results.

'As we may think'.

Vinton G. Cerf==

Advice on teaching CS, and the learnability of programming languages.

Valerie Barr==Mark Guzdial==

Automating organic synthesis.

Keith Kirkpatrick==

Car talk.

Tom Geller==

Python for beginners.

Esther Shein==

Copyrightability of Java APIs revisited.

Pamela Samuelson==

Reaching a broader population of students through "unplugged" activities.

Thomas J. Cortina==

A technician shortage.

Peter J. Denning==Edward E. Gordon==

Humans in computing: growing responsibilities for researchers.

John Leslie King==

The real software crisis: repeatability as a core value.

Shriram Krishnamurthi==Jan Vitek==

Why did computer science make a hero out of Turing?

Maarten Bullynck==Edgar G. Daylight==Liesbeth De Mol==

HTTP/2.0: the IETF is phoning it in.

Poul-Henning Kamp==

META II: digital vellum in the digital scriptorium.

Dave Long==

Who owns IT?

Stephen J. Andriole==

Designing statistical privacy for your data.

Ashwin Machanavajjhala==Daniel Kifer==

Privacy implications of health information seeking on the web.

Timothy Libert==

Image processing goes back to basics: technical perspective.

Edward H. Adelson==

Local Laplacian filters: edge-aware image processing with a Laplacian pyramid.

Sylvain Paris==Samuel W. Hasinoff==Jan Kautz==

Q&A.

Leah Hoffmann==


cacm - Volume 58 - Number 2 - February 2015
Is information technology destroying the middle class?

Moshe Y. Vardi==

There is nothing new under the sun.

Vinton G. Cerf==

Software engineering, like electrical engineering.

What's the best way to teach computer science to beginners?

Mark Guzdial==

Visualizing sound.

Neil Savage==

Online privacy: regional differences.

Logan Kugler==

Using technology to help people.

Keith Kirkpatrick==

We need a building code for building code.

Carl E. Landwehr==

Three paradoxes of building platforms.

Ming Zeng==

Far-sighted thinking about deleterious computer-related events.

Peter G. Neumann==

Putting the computer science in computing education research.

Diana Franklin==

Too big to fail.

George V. Neville-Neil==

Do-it-yourself textbook publishing.

Armando Fox==David A. Patterson==

In defense of soundiness: a manifesto.

Benjamin Livshits==Manu Sridharan==Yannis Smaragdakis==Ondrej Lhoták==José Nelson Amaral==Bor-Yuh Evan Chang==Samuel Z. Guyer==Uday P. Khedker==Anders Møller==Dimitrios Vardoulakis==

Securing network time protocol.

Harlan Stenn==

Model-based testing: where does it stand?

Robert V. Binder==Bruno Legeard==Anne Kramer==

To govern IT, or not to govern IT?

Carlos Juiz==Mark Toomey==

Automated support for diagnosis and repair.

Dalal Alrajeh==Jeff Kramer==Alessandra Russo==Sebastián Uchitel==

Verifying computations without reexecuting them.

Michael Walfish==Andrew J. Blumberg==

The equivalence problem for finite automata: technical perspective.

Thomas A. Henzinger==Jean-François Raskin==

Hacking nondeterminism with induction and coinduction.

Filippo Bonchi==Damien Pous==

Upstart Puzzles: Take Your Seats.

Dennis E. Shasha==


cacm - Volume 58 - Number 1 - January 2015
The rise and fall of industrial research labs.

Moshe Y. Vardi==

A long way to have come and still to go.

Vinton G. Cerf==

Toward a map interface not inherently related to geography.

ACM's FY14 annual report.

A valuable lesson, and whither Hadoop?

Valerie Barr==Michael Stonebraker==

In search of Bayesian inference.

Erica Klarreich==

Smart transportation networks drive gains.

Samuel Greengard==

Data brokers are watching you.

Gary Anthes==

Google Boosts ACM's Turing award prize to $1 million.

Lawrence M. Fisher==

How traditional firms must compete in the sharing economy.

Michael A. Cusumano==

A right to be forgotten?

Lee A. Bygrave==

A little queue theory.

Phillip G. Armour==

The tears of Donald Knuth.

Thomas Haigh==

Wearables: has the age of smartwatches finally arrived?

Reza Rawassizadeh==Blaine A. Price==Marian Petre==

Does the internet make us stupid?

Hermann Maurer==

What it means to receive the Turing award.

Silvio Micali==

Disambiguating databases.

Rick Richardson==

Internal access controls.

Geetanjali Sampemane==

Scalability techniques for practical synchronization primitives.

Davidlohr Bueso==

Analyzing worldwide research in hardware architecture, 1997-2011.

Virender Singh==Alicia Perdigones==José Luis García==Ignacio Cañas-Guerrero==Fernando R. Mazarrón==

Interactive intent modeling: information discovery beyond search.

Tuukka Ruotsalo==Giulio Jacucci==Petri Myllymäki==Samuel Kaski==

Distributed information processing in biological and computational systems.

Saket Navlakha==Ziv Bar-Joseph==

Big data needs approximate computing: technical perspective.

Ravi Nair==

Neural acceleration for general-purpose approximate programs.

Hadi Esmaeilzadeh==Adrian Sampson==Luis Ceze==Doug Burger==

Future tense.

William Sims Bainbridge==


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