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Ada Letters is a technical publication of the ACM Special Interest Group on Ada, providing an information interchange forum on all aspects of high reliability and safety critical software development, Ada and other high integratity languages and related technologies, including usage, education, standardization, design methods and compiler implementation.
All SIGAda members who have an ACM web account (which is free) can freely access all issues of Ada Letters back to 1981 in the ACM Digital Library. In some issues, to access SIGAda related articles such as the Chair's Letter (appearing in every issue), the Bylaws, and activities of the Working Groups, conferences, etc., you must scan the contents of Frontmatter and/or Backmatter.
2014: December 2014 (Proceedings of HILT 2014), August 2014 (PDF), April 2014 (PDF) 2013: December 2013 (Proceedings of HILT 2013), August 2013 (PDF), April 2013 (PDF) 2012: December 2012 (Proceedings of HILT 2012), August 2012 (PDF), April 2012 (PDF) 2011: December 2011 (Proceedings of SIGAda 2011), August 2011, April 2011 2010: December 2010 (Proceedings of SIGAda 2010), August 2010, April 2010 2009: December 2009 (Proceedings of SIGAda 2009), August 2009, April 2009 2008: December 2008 (Proceedings of SIGAda 2008), August 2008, April 2008 2007: December 2007 (Proceedings of SIGAda 2007), August 2007 — Papers of the 13th International Real-Time Ada Workshop (IRTAW-13), April 2007 2006: December 2006 (Proceedings of SIGAda 2006), August 2006, April 2006 2005: December 2005 (Proceedings of SIGAda 2005), September 2005, June 2005, March 2005 2004: December (Proceedings of SIGAda 2004), September 2004, June 2004, March (Proceedings of SIGAda 2003) 2003: December, September, June, March (Proceedings of SIGAda 2002) 2002: December, September, June, March 2001: December (Proceedings of SIGAda 2001), September, June, March 2000: December, September, June, March 1999: March (Table of Contents only)
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