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Ubiquity Symposium: Workings of Science
Table of Contents
- Ubiquity: Editors Weigh On The Workings Of Science by Peter Denning
- The Paradoxical Faces of Science by Peter Denning
- Can Mankind Survive Scientific Illiteracy? by Philip Yaffe
- Character Traits of Science by Peter Denning and Philip Yaffe
- Is Science Limited to Science? By Philip Yaffe
- AI in 2156: The Science of Intelligence by Kemal A. Delic and Jeff A. Riley
- Is Engineering Applied Science? by Sharad Sinha
- Trust in Science and Mathematics by Jeffrey Johnson and Andrew Odlyzko
- Debunked Software Theories by Walter Tichy
- How Software Engineering Research Became Empirical by Walter Tichy