TANG, Victor. American, b. 1942. Genres: Information science/Computers, Technology, Mathematics/Statistics, Engineering. Career: RCA Corp., systems programmer, 1965-67; Pennsylvania State University, University Park, research assistant in mathematics and computer science, 1967-69; International Business Machines (IBM) Corp., systems engineer at Palo Alto Systems Center, member of high-function graphics work station, manager of strategy and business development for flat panel displays, and manager of strategy development for IBM Communications Group, 1969-85, director of strategy and technology development in Rochester, MN, 1986-89, director of market analysis at corporate headquarters, 1990-91, director of strategy, planning, and quality at Santa Teresa Laboratory, San Jose, CA, 1992-. St. Mary's Graduate School of Business, adjunct assistant professor of strategy; United Nations Development Program, lecturer on market planning and strategy. Creator of four inventions in channel architecture. Publications: (with R. Bauer and E. Collar) The Silverlake Project, 1992; Innovations in Software Engineering Methodologies, 1993. Address: 55 Deerfield Ln. S., Pleasantville, NY 10570, U.S.A.