The Digital Library : 2016 POD Titles

2016 Print on Demand Proceeding Titles


 

Title Volume ISBN Amazon Barnes & Noble
ANCS 2016   978-1-4503-4473-9 POD from Amazon POD from
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ASIA CCS 2016   978-1-4503-4480-7 POD from Amazon POD from
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ASPLOS 16   978-1-4503-4091-5 POD from Amazon POD from
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ASSETS 16   978-1-4503-4709-9 POD from Amazon POD from
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CCS 16        
  Vol 1 978-1-4503-4715-0 POD from Amazon POD from
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  Vol 2 978-1-4503-4716-7 POD from Amazon POD from
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CHI 16        
  Vol 1 978-1-4503-4626-9 POD from Amazon POD from
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  Vol 2 978-1-4503-4627-6 POD from Amazon POD from
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  Vol 3 978-1-4503-4628-3 POD from Amazon POD from
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  Vol 4 978-1-4503-4629-0 POD from Amazon POD from
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  Vol 5 978-1-4503-4630-6 POD from Amazon POD from
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  Vol 6 978-1-4503-4631-3 POD from Amazon POD from
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  Vol 7 978-1-4503-4632-0 POD from Amazon POD from
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  Vol 8 978-1-4503-4633-7 POD from Amazon POD from
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CHI PLAY 2016   978-1-4503-4686-3 POD from Amazon POD from
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CHIIR 2016   978-1-4503-4472-2 POD from Amazon POD from
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CIKM        
  Vol 1 978-1-4503-4714-4 POD from Amazon POD from
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  Vol 2 978-1-4503-4718-1 POD from Amazon POD from
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  Vol 3 978-1-4503-4719-8 POD from Amazon POD from
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CODASPY 2016   978-1-4503-4470-8 POD from Amazon POD from
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CoNEXT 2016   978-1-4503-4889-8 POD from Amazon POD from
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DOCENG 16   978-1-4503-4680-1 POD from Amazon POD from
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DIS 16        
  Vol 1 978-1-4503-4597-2 POD from Amazon POD from
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  Vol 2 978-1-4503-4634-4 POD from Amazon POD from
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EC  16   978-1-4503-4620-7 POD from Amazon POD from
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FPGA 2016   978-1-4503-4183-7 POD from Amazon POD from
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GECCO 2016   978-1-4503-4619-1 POD from Amazon POD from
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GLSVLSI 2016   978-1-4503-4479-1 POD from Amazon POD from
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GROUP 2016   978-1-4503-4714-3 POD from Amazon POD from
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HAI 16   978-1-4503-4683-2 POD from Amazon POD from
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HPDC 16   978-1-4503-4595-8 POD from Amazon POD from
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HotMOBILE 2016   978-1-4503-4500-2 POD from Amazon POD from
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HSCC 2016   978-1-4503-4476-0 POD from Amazon POD from
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HT 16    978-1-4503-4611-5 POD from Amazon POD from
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ICER 16   978-1-4503-4625-2 POD from Amazon POD from
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ICMR 2016   978-1-4503-4599-6 POD from Amazon POD from
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ICPE 2016   978-1-4503-4471-5 POD from Amazon POD from
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ICTIR 16   978-1-4503-4679-5 POD from Amazon POD from
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IHM & MMSec 16   978-1-4503-4602-3 POD from Amazon POD from
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ISS 16   978-1-4503-4712-9 POD from Amazon POD from
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ISSAC 16   978-1-4503-4380-0 POD from Amazon POD from
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ISPD 16   978-1-4503-4475-3 POD from Amazon POD from
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ITCS 16   978-1-4503-4415-9 POD from Amazon POD from
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ITiCSE 16   978-1-4503-4610-8 POD from Amazon POD from
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IUI 16    978-1-4503-4469-2 POD from Amazon POD from
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JCDL 16   978-1-4503-4601-6 POD from Amazon POD from
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KDD 16        
  Vol 1 978-1-4503-4622-1 POD from Amazon POD from
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  Vol 2 978-1-4503-4623-8 POD from Amazon POD from
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  Vol 3 978-1-4503-4624-5 POD from Amazon POD from
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L@S 16   978-1-4503-4477-7 POD from Amazon POD from
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MM16        
  Vol 1 978-1-4503-4684-9 POD from Amazon POD from
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  Vol 2 978-1-4503-4687-0 POD from Amazon POD from
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MobiSys 16   978-1-4503-4608-5 POD from Amazon POD from
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MSWIM 16   978-1-4503-4502-6 POD from Amazon POD from
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PACT 16   978-1-4503-4678-8 POD from Amazon POD from
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PODC 16   978-1-4503-4621-4 POD from Amazon POD from
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PODS    978-1-4503-4607-8 POD from Amazon POD from
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REC SYS 16   978-1-4503-4681-8 POD from Amazon POD from
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SACMAT 16   978-1-4503-4598-9 POD from Amazon POD from
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SIGCSE 16   978-1-4503-4468-5 POD from Amazon POD from
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SIGIR 16         
  Vol 1 978-1-4503-4613-9 POD from Amazon POD from
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  Vol 2 978-1-4503-4614-6 POD from Amazon POD from
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SIGITE/RIIT 16   978-1-4503-4682-5 POD from Amazon POD from
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SIGMETRICS 16   978-1-4503-4600-9 POD from Amazon POD from
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SIGMIS CPR 16   978-1-4503-4596-5 POD from Amazon POD from
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SIGMOD 16        
  Vol 1 978-1-4503-4604-7 POD from Amazon POD from
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  Vol 2 978-1-4503-4605-4 POD from Amazon POD from
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  Vol 3 978-1-4503-4606-1 POD from Amazon POD from
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SIGSIM PADS 16   978-1-4503-4478-4 POD from Amazon POD from
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SIGUCCS 16   978-1-4503-4711-2 POD from Amazon POD from
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SPAA 16   978-1-4503-4609-2 POD from Amazon POD from
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SUI 16   978-1-4503-4685-6 POD from Amazon POD from
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TVX 16   978-1-4503-4603-0 POD from Amazon POD from
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UIST 16   978-1-4503-4710-5 POD from Amazon POD from
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UMAP 16   978-1-4503-4612-2 POD from Amazon POD from
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VEE 16   978-1-4503-4474-6 POD from Amazon POD from
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WebMedia 16   978-1-4503-4713-6 POD from Amazon POD from
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WISEC 16   978-1-4503-4615-3 POD from Amazon POD from
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WSDM 16   978-1-4503-4499-9 POD from Amazon POD from
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The DevOps Phenomenon

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