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Associations for EE's, Volume 4, pp 10-12; https://doi.org/10.1109/CSIT.1976.6498729

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After considerable effort to have an "Award for Outstanding Service in the Public Interest" adopted by the IEEE [l] — without success — CSIT has formally established such an award of its own:
K. K. Murthy
Associations for EE's, Volume 4, pp 2-4; https://doi.org/10.1109/csit.1976.6498726

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Anerobic fermentation of organic matter — a process in the absence of atmospheric air — generates a mixture of gases: methane and carbon dioxide. The anerobic bacteria decompose the organic matter into sludge and methane, a gaseous fuel with a good calorific value. A number of organic wastes are suited to this method of methane generation: animal refuse such as cow dung, municipal and sewage wastes, vegetable wastes, human wastes and algae. Out of all these, for many a developing country with large population of cattle, cattle dung holds high promise. In this paper, I shall concentrate on the methane fuel economy based on cattle dung.
Associations for EE's, Volume 4, pp 1-1; https://doi.org/10.1109/CSIT.1976.6498725

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Presents the table of contents for this issue of the periodical.
Associations for EE's, Volume 4, pp 15-16; https://doi.org/10.1109/CSIT.1976.6498731

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Provides a listing of current staff, committee members and society officers.
Associations for EE's, Volume 4, pp 13-14; https://doi.org/10.1109/CSIT.1976.6498730

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Abbe Mowshowitz has written a profound and learned book on the social impact of computing. Drawing on the work of a range of thinkers, from specialized systems analysts to social philosophers, he has attempted to order and define, in a philosophical sense, the range of real and potential uses of computers and to explore their results and limitations.
Associations for EE's, Volume 4, pp 8-10; https://doi.org/10.1109/CSIT.1976.6498728

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Since reading your interview with Dr. Enrique Kirberg I have visited Santiago, Chile and several towns in Chile. While I do not know anything of the political background of Dr. Kirberg I could think that it might have been far to the left as that of the present President of my alma mater the T.U. Berlin. That could explain his treatment by the present regime.
Larry L. Stirre
Associations for EE's, Volume 4, pp 5-7; https://doi.org/10.1109/CSIT.1976.6498727

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Public policy and legal issues about a technology arise when negative effects from that technology are perceived. If the anticipated magnitude of the negative effects is expected to approach the benefits and the technology implementation is pervasive, then the debate will be amplified.
Associations for EE's, Volume 4, pp 1-2; https://doi.org/10.1109/CSIT.1976.6499001

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Continuing a tradition started by the former editor, the views of the Twenty condidates to the officer of IEEE President, Executive Vice precident, and Regional or Divisional Director on a few issues Were solicited. the letter outlining the issues and the responses received until press time are published below in alpha betical order within each office.
Associations for EE's, Volume 4, pp 20-20; https://doi.org/10.1109/csit.1976.6499007

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A presidential campaign is a fine spectacle. If it is no more than that, for whatever reasons, it is time to ask why. When the republic was being arranged, the Federalist papers burrowed deeply into regions of political thought and meanings. Nearly two centuries later, the ordained rhythms of politics seem an end in themselves, concerned with a transition of parties and power but not a transition of reason or purpose. It is a troubling curtain raiser on our third century.
Philip Sperber
Associations for EE's, Volume 4, pp 8-11; https://doi.org/10.1109/csit.1976.6499003

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Up until about 60 years ago, there were only three basic theories under which to sue for a personal injury stemming from a product or service sold by the defendant: negligence, res ipsa loquitor and deceit.
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