Symposium on Applied Computing

Symposium on Applied Computing

The ACM Symposium on Applied Computing is an annual conference sponsored by the ACM Special Interest Group on Applied Computing.

The first Symposium on Applied Computing was held in 1985. Since the 1990s, the acceptance ratio for paper submissions has dropped from 54%-67% to below 30% [ [ Tracks, papers, and other statistics for SAC.] ] in the 2008 SAC held in Fortaleza, Brazil [ [ Web page for the 2008 conference.] ] . The 2009 conference will be held in Honolulu, Hawaii [ [ Web page for the 2009 conference.] ] .


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* Main web page of the [ Symposium on Applied Computing] , with links to the yearly conferences

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