Table of contents for Deconstructing the Computer : Report of a Symposium / Dale W. Jorgenson and Charles W. Wessner, editors ; Committee on Deconstructing the Computer, Committee on Measuring and Sustaining the New Economy, Board on Science, Technology, and Economic Policy, Policy and Global Affairs, National Research Council.


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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



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