ACM SGB Meeting Materials, March 27, 2009

March 27, 2009 SGB Meeting


SIGSAM Program Review

  • SIGSAM Program Review March 2009


SIGSAM Slides

  • SIGSAM Slides March 2009


SIGMICRO Program Review

  • SIGMICRO Program Review March 2009


SIGMICRO Slides

  • SIGMICRO Slides March 2009


SIGSOFT Program Review

  • SIGSOFT Program Review March 2009


SIGMM Program Review

  • SIGMM Program Review March 2009


SIGMM Slides

  • SIGMM Slides March 2009


SIGSIM Program Review

  • SIGSIM Program Review March 2009


SIGSAC Program Review

  • SIGSAC Program Review March 2009


SIGSAC Slides

  • SIGSAC Slides March 2009


SIGMOD Program Review

  • SIGMOD Program Review March 2009


March 27, 2009 Agenda


SIGSIM Slides

  • SIGSIM Slides March 2009


History Committee Presentation

  • History Committee Presentation March 2009


SIGSOFT Slides

  • SIGSOFT Slides March 2009


SIGMOD Slides

  • SIGMOD Slides March 2009


March 2009 SGB Meeting Minutes

  • March 2009 SGB Meeting Minutes

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