National Research Council. 1982. International Developments in Computer Science: A Report. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/19546.
|Developments in Japan||1-38|
|Developments in Western Europe||39-41|
|Developments in Eastern Europe and the USSR||42-49|
|Developments in Latin America||50-51|
|'Developments in the People's Republic of China'||52-56|
|The Role of the International Federation for Information Processing in Information Interchange in Computer Science||57-58|
|Summary, Conclusions, and Recommendations||59-64|
|Appendix A: Speakers and Titles of Lectures at the FGCS Conference||65-66|
|Appendix B: Government-Supported Projects That MITI Plans to Fund During Fiscal Year 1982||67-68|
|Appendix C: Organization and Members of the Fifth-Generation Computer Committee (1980)||69-72|
|Appendix D: List of Papers in Research Reports in Japanâ€”A Collection of Recent Research Reports Related to the R&D of the FGCS||73-74|
|'Appendix E: Analysis of 720 Articles in 11 Journals, by Author's Country'||75-83|
|Appendix F: Analysis of 720 Articles in 11 Journals, by Source||84-92|
|Appendix G: Survey of Eight Western European Conference Proceedings||93-93|
|Appendix H: Fourteen USSR Computer Science Journals||94-94|
|Appendix I: Analysis of Nine Latin American Periodicals||95-95|
|Appendix J: Bibliography on Computing in China||96-98|
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