Organizations or associations which represent a specific industry or community of people. Examples are labor unions, retired persons, teachers, insurance agents, doctors, or an ethnic or religious community. Specific industries may organize to protect their interests. Examples are automakers, tobacco growers, farmers.
a group of people who want similar things from the government and who work to gain support for their issue
A group for modellers whose interests are at least in part focussed on a particular subject.
This is a group of people who share a common interest (specific hobbies, common occupations, specific family issues, certain forms of entertainment such as games or poetry). Thus a SIG online is a place to go to meet people and share ideas around a common interest.
a group of people with common and focused interests within a general thematic area
a group or organization that politically promotes it's agenda by using a certain group of people (not necessarily a minority) as its platform
an informal organization within the Users' Group of Members who share a common interest in a common industry, application, or any recognized common interest consistent with the purpose of ITUG
an internal organization made up of individuals who are fraternally involved in a study or interest not specifically related to speleology
an organization that is designed to support specific college functions and is financially supported through the MCC Budget
In WIMS, a group of weather stations.
A Special Interest Group, or SIG, sponsors different items such as IRC Channels, Listservs, and Internet Sites.
A group built around a common interest in a specific subject or activity.
In the computer field, a Special Interest Group is a community with a particular interest in a specific technical area. It is usually abbreviated SIG. Thus there are SIGs for computing architecture, graphics, security, and so forth.