ACM DL Profile Pages
ACM DL Profile Pages
Throughout the ACM Digital Library there are a variety of aggregate views. Author Profile pages contain a normalized look at all items published by a particular user. A variety of aggregated information is produced including a set of bibliometrics, subject listings, and colleagues. Authors are encouraged to add personal information to these pages. Institutional Pages that take a similar approach to an author page but based on an aggregation of all the works from authors affiliated with a given institution.
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Conference views pull together all the published materials that have come out of a given conference over time.
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- SIGGRAPH - International Conference on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques
- Super Computing - High Performance Computing Networking, Storage and Analysis
- ICSE - International Conference on Software Engineering
SIG views perform a similar function across all materials that a SIG has published or sponsored. These views lead to interesting collections of bibliometrics, people, subjects, affiliations, etc.
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