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What's New @ IEEE in Computing, May 2004

WHAT'S NEW @ IEEE IN COMPUTING, VOLUME 5, NUMBER 5, MAY 2004

CONTENTS:
1. Aiding Seniors: From Mainframe Healthcare to Personal Wellness (and
More)
2. Try the New Full-Text Search Prototype in Latest IEEE Xplore Release
3. DNA Computers Work as "Smart Drugs"
4. In the Eye of The Beholder: IEEE Spectrum Reports
5. New Standard Offers Systems Approach to Computer Battery Reliability
6. Budapest to Host Conferences on Fuzzy Systems and Neural Networks
7. New Web Page Helps Researchers Purchasing Articles Through IEEE Xplore
8. PERCOM Proceedings Address Seamless Mobility
9. 2005 IEEE Election Candidates Revealed
10. Zero or One: Just the Beginning?
11. Backscatter: The Collyers and the Web

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