SIG Governing Board FY 2003 Annual Report

 

Appendix D. Click on the SIG whose annual report you would like to read

SIGACT

SIGAda 

SIGARCH

SIGAPP

SIGART

SIGCAS 

SIGCHI 

SIGCOMM 

SIGCSE 

SIGDA 

SIGDOC 

SIGEcom 

SIGGRAPH 

SIGGROUP 

SIGIR 

SIGKDD 

SIGMETRICS 

SIGMICRO 

SIGMIS

SIGMM 

SIGMOD 

SIGOPS 

SIGPLAN 

SIGSAC 

SIGSAM 

SIGSIM 

SIGSOFT 

SIGUCCS 

SIGWEB 

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