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Sustaining Moore's law and the US economy

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Faster and cheaper information technologies have ushered in fundamental transformations in the US economy. The continuing potential of the semiconductor industry to power this IT revolution rests on its ability to remain on the trajectory foreseen by Gordon Moore. This article reviews the role of the semiconductor industry in the US economy, covering such topics as: industry changes; industry growth; government policy; international factors; and research and development emphasis.

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Computing in Science & Engineering  (Volume:5 ,  Issue: 1 )