Table of Contents
|National Technological Challenges of the 1980s||4-8|
|NSF Engineering: Past Patterns||9-10|
|NSF Engineering in Transition||11-11|
|Goals and Objectives of the NSF Directorate for Engineering||12-17|
|Estimating the Resource Requirements||18-24|
|Engineering Science Program Resource Requirements||25-26|
|Resources for Design, Manufacturing, and Computer Engineering||27-27|
|Resources for Critical and Emerging Technologies||28-28|
|Resources for Engineering Research Centers||29-29|
|Cross-Cutting Issues--A Basis for Funding Estimates||30-37|
|Summary of Funding Estimates||38-39|
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