Sample Bibliography



(10/27/98 Version)

Perry, T. S., "In Search of the Future of Air Traffic Control," IEEE Spectrum, 34, 8, Aug. '97, 19-35.

Hendricks, P., "Specifying Communication DACs," IEEE Spectrum, 34, 7, Jul. '97, 58-69.

Byrne, K., "Evaluating Jukebox Performance," IEEE Spectrum, 34, 7, Jul. '97, 70-73.

Icove, D., "Collaring the Cybercrook," IEEE Spectrum, 34, 6, Jun. '97, 31-36.

Comerford, R., "The Battle for the Desktop," IEEE Spectrum, 34, 5, May'97, 20-28.

Holliday, C., "The Residential Gateway," IEEE Spectrum, 34, 5, May '97, 29-31.

Wickelgren, I., "The Facts about FireWire," IEEE Spectrum, 34, 4, Apr. '97, 19-25.

Braham, R., Comerford, R., "Sharing Virtual Worlds," IEEE Spectrum, 34, 3, Mar. '97, 18-19.

Waters, R., Barrus, J., "The Rise of Shared Virtual Environments," IEEE Spectrum, 34, 3, Mar. '97, 20-25.

Rockwell, R., "An Infrastructure for Social Software," IEEE Spectrum, 34, 3, Mar. '97, 26-31.

Roehle, B., "Channeling the Data Flood," IEEE Spectrum, 34, 3, Mar. '97, 32-38.


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Summary and Reaction Assignment


  1. (Refer to the above list or the locator.) Choose three articles to summarize.
  2. Include at least one summary by each person contributing to the interim project report.

  3. Write short reaction paragraphs about different articles you read.
  4. Produce a reaction paragraph every week that doesn't result in a new article summary.

  5. Finals week recommend in writing (support your choice with a brief statement) at least two articles for inclusion in a CS 190 course reader.

Recommend at least one article from the above list.