George Sadowsky

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   George Sadowsky est actuellement Directeur du Centre informatique universitaire de l'Université de New York.

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Certaines de ses initiatives à l'Université de New York ont été : l'établissement d'un studio des technologies de l'Art et d'un groupe d'assistance technique, assistance dans l'informatique appliquée aux sciences humaines, l'extension de services d'assistance, l'initialisation d'un réseau dans les résidences universitaires, l'établissement d'un service d'information pour la gestion et le développement de l'espace électronique de l'information sur le campus, l'établissement d'un Centre d'Informatique Parallèle Appliquée, l'établissement d'un centre de secours à multivoie et l'établissement d'un Centre d'Innovation pour le développement et l'exploration du corps enseignant. La structure du personnel et les locaux ont été réorgnisés, les cours, ateliers, seminaires et colloques réorganisés.

George Sadowsky a introduit un examen extérieur des programmes de l'Université de New York et a contribué avec le personnel enseignant à la plannification de l'informatique universitaire, contribuant à la restructuration des mécanismes de direction et de conseil et ceux de répartition des frais. George Sadowsky a permis de restructurer entièrement les nouvelles technologies de l'information à l'Université de New York.



George Sabowsky est actuellement :





Publications :

(with M. S. Davis and L. C. Frampton), "Legislative Districting by Computer," Jurimetrics, Vol. 8, No. 4, June 1968, pp. 77-98.

(with J. W. Bean, S. W. Kidd, and B. D. Sharp), "The BEAST: A User-Oriented Procedural Language for Social Science Research," Conference Paper, Council of Social Science Data Archives, Pittsburgh, May 1968.

Discussion, "Computers in Social Science Data Processing and Analysis," Proceedings of the Social Statistics Section of the American Statistical Association, 1969, pp. 96-97.

(with H. W. Guthrie, G. H. Orcutt, S. Caldwell, and G. E. Peabody), "Microanalytic Simulation of Household Behavior," Annals of Economic and Social Measurement, Vol. 1, No. 2, April 1972, pp. 141-170.

"Future Developments in Social Science Computing," Proceedings of the 1972 Spring Joint Computer Conference. AFIPS Press, 1972, pp. 875-883.

"MASH: An On-Line System for Socioeconomic Microsimulation of the Household Sector," ONLINE 72 Conference Proceedings, Online Computer Systems, Ltd., 1972, pp. 17-47.

MASH: A Computer System for Microanalytic Simulation for Policy Exploration, The Urban Institute, 1977, 300 pp.

(with B. Carlson), "Survey Data Processing Infrastructure in Developing Countries: Selected Problems and Issues," Proceedings of the 100th Session of the International Statistical Institute, Amsterdam, August 1985.

"Statistical Data Processing in Developing Countries: Problems and Prospects," Interregional Workshop on Statistical Data Processing, The United Nations, Geneva, June 1988.

The Use of Microcomputers for Census Data Processing, Statistical Office, Department of International Economic and Social Affairs, The United Nations, New York, 1989.

"Statistical Data Processing in Developing Countries: Infrastructure Considerations," Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, Vol. 13, No. 4, 1989, pp. 269-289.

(with P. Cotton) "Future Computing Environments for Microsimulation Modeling," Improving Information for Social Policy Decisions: The Uses of Microsimulation Modeling. Volume II, pp. 141-234, Washington: National Academy Press, 1991.

(with P. Cotton) "Fundamental Issues in Computer Design and Implementation for the Socioeconomic Microsimulation Community," 1991 Proceedings of the American Statistical Association, pp. 50-59.

"The Importance to Governments of Access to Distributed Knowledge," Proceedings of INET '92. The Internet Society: Reston, pp. 509-513.

"Networking Connectivity for Developing Countries," Communications of the ACM, Vol. 36, No. 8, August 1993, pp. 42-47.

"Why Governments Need Access to Computer Networks (Part 1)," African Technology Forum, Vol. 6, No. 3, Spring 1994, pp. 33-36; (Part 2) African Technology Forum, Vol. 7, No. 1, pp. 41-46.

(with Lawrence H. Landweber), Facilitating Internetworking in Africa: A Proposal by The Internet Society, January 1995. (led directly to USAID Leland Initiative to network 20 countries in Africa)

"The Internet Society and Developing Countries," OnTheInternet, November/December 1996, pp. 23-29.

Numerous internal reports, reports to governments, articles, editorials, and technical and management documents.




Pour une bibliographie plus complète (et en anglais) de George Sadowsky,
http://www.nyu.edu/acf/staff/sadowsky


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Dernière mise à jour : 12 mars 1998
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