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ACM SIGAPP Applied Computing Review
Applied Computing Review is distributed to all ACM/SIGAPP members as benefit of membership, and is available to non-SIGAPP members, libraries and other institutions by special subscription.

SIGAPP, ACM's primary applications-oriented SIG, offers practitioners and researchers the opportunity to share mutual interest in innovative applications, technology transfer, experimental computing, strategic research, and the management of computing. This SIG also promotes widespread cooperation among business, government, and academic computing programs.

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Areas of Special Interest: Integration of traditional computing disciplines such as graphics, databases, communication, software engineering, artificial intelligence and office automation with emerging technologies such as neural networks, logic and symbolic programming, expert systems, and image information systems.

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