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 How Connected are the ACM SIG Communities? – SIGMOD Record

Fabricio Benevenuto, Alberto H. F. Laender, and Bruno L. Alves

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sigmodrecord, 19.03.2016 | Posted in Reports 2 comment(s)
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  • Glad to see that ACM SIGMOD is a very well connected community! Thanks for the article!

  • Interesting article. Unlike some other SIGs, SIGPLAN actually doesn’t have a single flagship conference; POPL, PLDI, and OOPSLA are all flagships. The first is generally focused on theoretical contributions, while the latter include more practically-oriented articles. Expanding the analysis to PLDI would more accurately capture SIGPLAN membership.

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