Computer Magazine Multimedia

Each month, Computer features a variety of multimedia enhancements to its print publication in the form of video interviews, podcast installments, simulations, and presentations. You can access them below or via the IEEE Computer Society YouTube stream.

November 2011

The issues that researchers will encounter on the path to exascale high-performance computing are equally critical for all computing architectures and facilities, not just the largest ones or only those related to scientific computing. The guest editors of the November 2011 issue of Computer have selected a variety of articles to cover a cross-section of the codesign space and of the relevant concerns and challenges.

 

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August 2011

It's been 30 years since the first IBM PC changed computing history. We in the computer industry have a notoriously short collective memory, but now and again it’s wise to take a look back, to honor the pioneers for their contributions, and also to see where decisions made a long time ago still resonate today. In this issue, IBMers Dave Bradley and Mark Dean give the inside story of the creation of the IBM PC, Edward Bride discusses early PC software, and Intel’s Gurbir Singh talks about the chips inside.

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July 2011

The cover features included in this special issue are representative of ongoing work in the emerging field of computational archaeology — the interface where archaeology meets computer science. All over the world, much of our history — in the form of architecture, artifacts, and other cultural relics — is still buried below ground or under water. New computational tools support both the discovery and understanding of this hidden information. As the articles in this special issue describe, rather than a whip and machete, the modern-day Indiana Jones uses microfocus X-ray computed tomography (CT), magnetometers, 3D and light detection and ranging (LiDAR) scanners, geographic information systems (GISs), immersive visualization, image analysis, and computer graphics.

 

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