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(The Internet-First University Press, 2017-04-15)This is from a collection of reflections/memoirs concerning the early years of academic computing, emphasizing the period when Cornell developed its own decentralized computing environments and networking became a national ...
(The Internet-First University Press, 2017-03-07)This prominent econometrician recounts his journey at Cornell, dealing with The Early Years, The Middle Years, his role as Department Chair, Achieving Faculty Diversity, The Later Years, and Other Cornell Experiences. He ...
(The Internet-First University Press, 2017-03)This is a collection of non-peer-reviewed ASAE (now ASABE) meeting papers. Most of these manuscripts were subsequently published in peer-reviewed venues. However, this is the sole, online source for a number of these “stranded” ...