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A cursory glance at the computer industry's spending on research and development might draw attention to individual companies' investments. In a continued tight economy, expenditures on blue-sky research might seem especially dispensable. Regardless of individual corporations' spending, experts say, the entire R&D environment is changing due to rapidly evolving technology, including converging computing and communications functions; innovative partnerships between the academic community and industry; the increasing importance of international standards bodies; and lastly, the US Congress's flurry of activity in the wake of the 11 September terror attacks. The paper considers the relationship between the academic research community and industry

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Software, IEEE  (Volume:19 ,  Issue: 3 )