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Panel I: Performance Measurement and Current Trends 8 Moderator: Steven Landefeld, Department of Commerce Measures of Performance Used in Measuring Computers 8 Jack E. Triplett, 7he Brookings Institution Overview of the IBM Global Product Plan 15 David F. McQueeney, International Business Machines Panel II: Computer Hardware and Components 27 Moderator: William J. Spencer, International SEMATECH, retired Processor Evolution 28 William T. Siegle, Advanced Micro Devices Storage 36 Robert Whitmore, Seagate Panel III: Peripherals: Current Technology Trends Moderator: Kenneth Flamm, University of Texas at Austin The Promise of Storage Systems Mark F. Bregman, Veritas Software Corporation Graphics Chris A. Malachowsky, NVIDIA Corporation Flat Panel Displays Dalen E. Keys, DuPont Displays Panel IV: Peripherals: Current Technology Trends, continued Moderator: Michael Borrus, The Petkevich Group CD/DVD: Readers and Writers Kenneth E. Walker Laser and Ink-Jet Printers Howard Taub, Hewlett-Packard Labs Panel V: What Have We Learned And What Does It Mean? Moderator: Carol A. Corrado, Federal Reserve Board of Governors David F. McQueeney, International Business Machines William J. Raduchel Marilyn E. Manser, Bureau of Labor Statistics Kenneth Flamm, University of Texas at Austin Jack E. Triplett, The Brookings Institution Concluding Remarks Dale W. Jorgenson, Harvard University II. RESEARCH PAPER Performance Measures for Computers Jack E. Triplett, The Brookings Institution