Special Interest Group


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Special Interest Group

(SIG) One of several technical areas, sponsored by the Association for Computing Machinery. Well-known SIGs include SIGPLAN (the Special Interest Group on Programming Languages), SIGARCH (the Special Interest Group for Computer Architecture) and SIGGRAPH (the Special Interest Group for Computer Graphics).
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The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) consists of over 2,000 telecommunications and computing companies.
While the special interest groups were being formed, NRA contacted CRA to determine if a private sector unit could be developed at the national level.
Special interest groups take advantage of their audiences in a number of ways.
Acronym for Religiously Affiliated Camps, a special interest group within ACA's membership whose members generally direct camps that are affiliated with a religious denomination.
Head of the Oil, Gas and Energy Special Interest Group Simon Bromyard welcomed Mr Wrigley and the guests to the meeting.
The forum has nine Special Interest Groups covering: oil, gas & energy; hospitality leisure & tourism; construction; banking & financial services; ICT; legal; organisational effectiveness; young professionals and women in business.
It featured participation of the BBBF's six special interest groups: construction, legal services, security, organisational effectiveness, IT and telecoms, and financial services and insurance.
"However, given the size of the New York National Conference, and this rare opportunity to the best of our city's retail, we've broken format to offer an event we believe will truly be a special way to end the year." Attendance at the Special Interest Group is a $25 fee.
Radiation Processing of Polymers; Special Interest Group
Your membership in special interest groups are vital to the community and offers diversity of interest that reflects our growing nursing population.
Special Interest Groups Special Interest Groups is now part of Diary Dates.
It seems that the Bluetooth special interest group (SIG) includes major cell phone manufacturers like Nokia, Motorola and Sony Ericsson.

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