SIG Governing Board FY 2003 Annual Report

 

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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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