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ACM logo [1] [2]

The Association for Computing Machinery, or ACM, was founded in 1947 as the world's first scientific and educational computing society.

Computer Chess Activities

The ACM hosted the first major chess tournament for computers, from the 1st United States Computer Chess Championship 1970, further called North American Computer Chess Championship until 1994. The ACM was sponsor of the Garry Kasparov versus Deep Blue matches in 1996 and 1997. However, the ACM tournaments were first canceled in 1995 and finally discontinued after Kasparov's defeat.

Organ and Publications

Journal of the ACM

Communications of the ACM

ACM Computing Surveys

ACM JEA

ACM LOPLAS

LOPLAS was merged into TOPLAS in 1994.

ACM Portal

ACM Queue

ACM TIST

ACM TOG

ACM TOMACS

ACM TOMS

Collected Algorithms of the ACM

ACM TOPLAS

XRDS

Conferences

ACM-ICPC Challenge

Special Interest Groups

Turing Award

Selected Turing Award Lectures

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External Links

References

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