ACM SIGGRAPH Publications
The ACM SIGGRAPH Publications program includes the most comprehensive, prestigious, and cited publications in Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques. From our lauded conference series to the Computer Graphics Quarterly to the SIGGRAPH Video Review, we are committed to publishing and preserving the accomplishments in our field.
Our publications, both print and electronic, document the programs at our annual conferences and our sponsored events. ACM SIGGRAPH members can access this material through the ACM Digital Library. Our publications are available to purchase through the ACM e-store. Documentation of many of the presentations at our annual conference is available through the SIGGRAPH ENCORE program.
The SIGGRAPH Video Review program is the world's most widely circulated video-based publication, illustrating the latest concepts in computer graphics and interactive techniques.
Preparing Your Content
Authors of content selected for presentation at one of our annual conferences or one of our other sponsored events should examine the instructions to authors.
If you are working on a research project and would like to find out what's been written about a particular topic, graphbib may be of use: it is a searchable database of more than 22,000 unique bibliographic entries from the fields of computer graphics, computer vision, and interactive techniques.
The rarities page brings together some of the more notable and interesting papers from our past.
The corrigenda page compiles a list of updates and corrections to content we have published.
The statistics page charts the acceptance rate for papers accepted to our annual conferences.
James Kajiya, SIGGRAPH 93 Papers Chair, wrote an interesting article on the technical papers reviewing process. Though dated, it is largely still relevant today.