WorldCat Identities

Keller, James

Works: 9 works in 78 publications in 2 languages and 10,311 library holdings
Genres: Sources  History  Abstracts  Conference papers and proceedings 
Roles: Editor, Other, Author
Classifications: HC110.T4, 384.3
Publication Timeline
Most widely held works by James Keller
Investing in innovation : creating a research and innovation policy that works by Lewis M Branscomb( )

16 editions published between 1998 and 1999 in English and held by 2,243 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Shortly after taking office in 1993, President Bill Clinton and Vice President Al Gore called for a shift in American technology policy toward an expansion of public investments in partnerships with private industry, backed up by scientific research in universities and national laboratories. The authors of this volume were invited by the Clinton administration to take a hard, nonpartisan look at how successful the new policies have been and to propose ways to make their programs more effective and more likely to attract bipartisan support. The first summary report of the team's recommendations, released in April 1997, was called the "hottest technology policy property on Capitol Hill."
The first 100 feet : options for Internet and Broadband access by Deborah Hurley( )

14 editions published between 1998 and 1999 in English and Undetermined and held by 2,189 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"The growth of the Internet has been propelled in significant part by user investment in infrastructure: computers, internal wiring, and the connection to the Internet provider. This "bottom-up" investment minimizes the investment burden facing providers. New technologies such as wireless and data transmission over power lines, as well as deregulation of telecommunications and electric utilities, will provide new opportunities for user investment in intelligent infrastructure as leverage points for Internet and broadband access. Recasting the "problem of the last 100 feet" as "the opportunity of the first 100 feet," this book challenges individuals, businesses, and policymakers to rethink fundamental issues in telecommunications policy. The contributors look at options for Internet and broadband access from the perspective of homeowners, apartment complexes, and small businesses. They evaluate the opportunities and obstacles for bottom-up infrastructure development and the implications for traditional and alternative providers at the neighborhood, regional, and national levels. Already, some argue that Internet service will become the common denominator platform on which all other services can be carried."
Coordinating the Internet by Brian Kahin( )

16 editions published between 1997 and 1999 in English and held by 2,141 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

For years, the world saw the Internet as a creature of theU. S. Department of Defense. Now some claim that the Internet is aself-governing organism controlled by no one and needing nooversight. Although the National Science Foundation and othergovernment agencies continue to support and oversee criticaladministrative and coordinating functions, the Internet is remarkablydecentralized and uninstitutionalized. As it grows in scope, bandwidth, and functionality, the Internet will require greatercoordination, but it is not yet clear what kind of coordinatingmechanisms will evolve. The essays in this volume clarify these issues and suggest possiblemodels for governing the Internet. The topics addressed range fromsettlements and statistics collection to the sprawling problem ofdomain names, which affects the commercial interests of millions ofcompanies around the world. One recurrent theme is the inseparabilityof technical and policy issues in any discussion involving theInternet. Contributors:Guy Almes, Ashley Andeen, Joseph P. Bailey, Steven M. Bellovin, ScottBradner, Richard Cawley, Che-Hoo Cheng, Bilal Chinoy, K Claffy, MariaFarnon, William Foster, Alexander Gigante, Sharon Eisner Gillett, MarkGould, Eric Hoffman, Scott Huddle, Joseph Y. Hui, David R. Johnson, Mitchell Kapor, John Lesley King, Lee W. McKnight, Don Mitchell, Tracie Monk, Milton Mueller, Carl Oppedahl, David G. Post, YakovRekhter, Paul Resnick, A.M. Rutkowski, Timothy J. Salo, PhilipL. Sbarbaro, Robert Shaw. A publication of the Harvard Information Infrastructure Project
Public access to the Internet by Brian Kahin( )

17 editions published between 1995 and 1999 in English and held by 1,970 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Converging infrastructures : intelligent transportation and the National Information Infrastructure by Lewis M Branscomb( )

8 editions published in 1996 in English and held by 1,757 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Wei chuang xin tou zi : 21 shi zhi di chuang xin zhan lue( Book )

3 editions published in 1999 in Chinese and held by 6 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Information infrastructure sourcebook by Brian Kahin( Book )

1 edition published in 1993 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This volume is designed to provide planners and policymakers with a single volume reference book on efforts to define and develop policy for the National Information Infrastructure. The sourcebook is divided into five sections: (1) official documents; (2) vision statements and position papers; (3) program and project descriptions (all sectors); (4) reports; and (5) proposed legislation. (Jlb)
A System Design Tool for Automatically Generating Flowcharts and Preprocessing Pascal( Book )

2 editions published in 1979 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The portion of overall system costs attributable to software development and maintenance is presently near 50% and is continually increasing. Programmers and analysts are diligently searching for tools to assist them by automating the analysis, design, and documentation of software systems. Flowcharting has lost some of its support as a powerful design tool due to the need for discipline, patience, and to some degree artistic talent. Automatic flowcharting, designed for specific languages and machines, provides automatic documentation only. No attempt has been made to link the automatic flowcharting to the compiler-ready code. This study begins the development of an automatic program design tool to grapically display and update flowcharts and provide this link between the flowchart and the system it represents. A method of detailed, automatic design of programs, down to the elemental source language level, is proposed which displays graphical flowchart constructs and provids for iterative, stepwise refinements of the flowcharts. The final system, is maintained in a data structure that allows for subsequent refinement and for optionally producing a compiler-ready source listing
Apostolic renewal in the seminary : in the light of Vatican Council II ... by James Keller( Book )

1 edition published in 1965 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

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Investing in innovation : creating a research and innovation policy that works
The first 100 feet : options for Internet and Broadband accessCoordinating the InternetPublic access to the InternetConverging infrastructures : intelligent transportation and the National Information Infrastructure
Alternative Names
Keller, J.

Keller, J. (James)

Keller, James

Keller, James H.