The Digital Library : 2019 POD Titles

2019 Print on Demand Proceeding Titles
 
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AIES'19

 

978-1-4503-7035-6

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CHIIR'19

 

978-1-4503-6738-7

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CODASPY'19

 

978-1-4503-7058-5

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CompEd'19

 

978-1-4503-7059-2

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FPGA'19

 

978-1-4503-6739-4

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GLSVLSI'19

 

978-1-4503-7060-8

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HotMobile'19

 

978-1-4503-6740-0

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ISPD'19

 

978-1-4503-7062-2

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ITiCSE'19

 

978-1-4503-7063-9

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MSWIM'19

 

978-1-4503-6904-6

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PODS'19

 

978-1-4503-7066-0

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WebSci'19

 

978-1-4503-7070-7

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WSDM'19

 

978-1-4503-6743-1

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