Ubiquity symposium: The science in computer science: computer science revisited
by Vinton G. Cerf
The first article in this symposium, which originally appeared in the Communication the ACM, is courtesy of ACM President Vinton Cerf. Earlier this year, he called on all ACM members to commit to building a stronger science base for computer science. Cerf cites numerous open questions, mostly in software development, that cry out for experimental studies.
Ubiquity symposium: Evolutionary computation and the processes of life: Darwinian software engineering: the short term, the middle ground, and the long haul
by Moshe Sipper
December 2012In this article, Moshe Sipper discusses a foreseeable future in which an entirely new paradigm of producing software will emerge. ...
Ubiquity symposium: The science in computer science: opening statement
by Peter Denning
December 2012The recent interest in encouraging more middle and high school students to prepare for careers in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM) has rekindled the old debate about whether computer ...