A La Carte ACM SIG Subscriptions for Libraries

Pricing effective July 1, 2017.

Option of delivery via Expedited Air is available for deliveries outside of North America.

 

Special Interest Group Issues per Year Subscriber Rate Add Optional Rate for Air Delivery
SIGACCESS (Accessible Computing)** 3 $35 n/a
SIGACT (Algorithms & Computational Theory) Print & Online 4 $18 $12
SIGADA (Special Interest Group on Ada ) 2 $53 $17
SIGAI (Artificial Intelligence)** 4 $35 n/a
SIGARCH (Computer Architecture) Online 5 $11 n/a
SIGBED (Embedded Systems)** 4 $20 n/a
SIGBIO (SIGBioinformatics) 3 $35 n/a
SIGCAS (Computers and Society)** 4 $56 n/a
SIGCHI (Computer-Human Interaction)** 12 $60 n/a
SIGCSE (Computer Science Education) Print 4 $45 $19
SIGCSE (Computer Science Education) Online 4 n/a n/a
SIGDOC (Systems Documentation)** 4 $45 n/a
SIGecom (Electronic Commerce)** 4 $30 n/a
SIGEVO (Genetic & Evolutionary Computation)** 2 $25 n/a
SIGGRAPH (Computer Graphics) Online 4 $110 n/a
SIGHPC (High Performance Computing) 3 n/a n/a
SIGIR (Information Retrieval) 3 $30 $14
SIGITE (Information Technology Education)** 2 $23 n/a
SIGKDD (Knowledge Discovery in Data) 2 $30 $8
SIGLOG (Logic and Computation)** 4 $25 n/a
SIGMETRICS (Measurement & Evaluation) 4 $25 $11
SIGMIS (Management Information Systems) 4 $69 $19
SIGMM (Multimedia)* 4 $30 n/a
SIGMOBILE (Mobility of Systems, Users, Data & Computing) 4 $37 $5
SIGMOD (Management of Data) Print 4 $40 $19
SIGOPS (Operating Systems) Print 1 $30 $12
SIGOPS (Operating Systems) Online 1 n/a n/a
SIGPLAN (Programming Languages) Print* 12 $150 $55
FORTRAN FORUM (Newsletter) 3 $20 $10
SIGSAC (Security, Audit & Control)* 1 $35 $9
SIGSAM (Symbolic & Algebraic Manipulation) 4 $32 $8
SIGSIM (Simulation and Modeling)* 1 $29 $7
SIGSOFT (Software Engineering) Print 6 $40 $20
SIGSOFT (Software Engineering) Oline 6 n/a n/a
SIGSPATIAL (Spatial Information) ** 2 n/a n/a
SIGUCCS (University and College Computing Services)* 1 $29 $5
SIGWEB (Hypertext/Hypermedia)** 1 $34 n/a


* Proceedings distributed in lieu of a newsletter.
** Electronic Publication Only.

 

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