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authors Wyleczuk, Rosanne, Meyer, Lynn and Babcock, Gigi
year 1983
title The Transfer of University Software for Industry Use
source ACM IEEE Design Automation Conference Proceedings (20th : 1983 : Miami Beach, Florida). pp. 756-760. includes bibliography
summary Computer-aided engineering software is generated in abundance in educational institutions. As a major source of design automation software, universities have a lot to offer: a progressive research environment; a seemingly inexhaustible supply of software engineers in the form of undergraduates, graduate engineers, and professors; and a no-risk, multi- disciplinary design lab for experimentation. For these reasons, university software is being widely sought for use in production/commercial environments. This paper examines the interface between industry and the universities during the transfer of design automation software. A printed circuit board router, a graphics subroutine library, and a circuit simulation program are used to illustrate issues arising from the technology transfer. Guidelines to increase the likelihood of success in such transfers of software are provided
keywords industry, engineering, software, CAE, education, technology, communication
series CADline
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