COMMUNICATIONS OF THE ACM
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(CACM) A monthly publication by the Associationfor Computing Machinery sent to all members. CACM is aninfluential publication that keeps computer scienceprofessionals up to date on developments. Each issue includesarticles, case studies, practitioner oriented pieces, regularcolumns, commentary, departments, the ACM Forum, technicalcorrespondence and advertisements. (http://acm.org/cacm/).
By Denis Howe
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