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Computer Science

Computer Science Data

Data for Computer Scientists to play with

Any machine-readable data can be used as fodder for computer programming. This page merely attempts to list some datasets of particular interest to computer science researchers: data on computer hardware performance and reliability, data on networks, datasets developed to investigate problems in computer science and artificial intelligence, and so on. Some of these datasets may also be of interest to researchers in mathematics.

Can we learn computing without a computer?

Laurie is lost in Userland. She knows where she is, or where she's going, but maybe not at the same time. The only way out is through Jargon-infested swamps, gates guarded by perfect logic, and the perils of breakfast time at the Philosopher's Diner. With just her wits and the help of a lizard who thinks he's a dinosaur, Laurie has to find her own way home.

Can you learn to program using metaphor? Lauren Ipsum tries to do.

Web of Science

consists of three citation indexes : Science Citation Index Expanded (1965-), Art & Humanities Citation Index (1975-), and Social Sciences Citation Index (1965-). Using Web of Knowledge, researchers can: "navigate forward in time" by dynamically tracking how many times an article has been cited since publication; "navigate across time" to find an unlimited number of relevant items which share one or more cited references through Web of Knowledge's Related Records function; "navigate backwards in time" by reviewing Cited References that link to a full record display; and search all cited authors, not just first authors for articles in the database.


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SpringerLink Books

over 40,000 ebooks published by Springer from 2005 on in the following subject areas: Architectural Design, Behavioral Science, Biomedical and Life Science, Business and Economics, Chemistry and Materials Science, Computer Science, Earth and Environmental Science, Engineering, Humanities, Social Science and Law, Mathematics and Statistics, Medicine, Physics and Astronomy, and Professional and Applied Computing.

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Synthesis Digital Library of Engineering and Computer Science

Synthesis is a library of 50- to 100-page electronic books that synthesizes an important research or development topic, authored by a prominent contributor to the field. They are designed to provide more synthesis, analysis, and depth than typical research journal articles. They are also more modular and dynamic than traditional print or digital handbooks, such as collected volumes and monographs. They are ideal entry points to new areas for researchers, advanced developers, and students. Topics include biomedical engineering, computer science, and image, video and multimedia processing.

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Lecture Notes in Computer Science

Current scholarship in all areas of computer science and information technology research.

Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) reports the latest results from all areas of computer science and information technology research, development, and education since its establishment in 1973. The LNCS database also includes its two subseries: Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence (LNAI) and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics (LNBI). Both basic and advanced search options available, and users may filter results by content type, sub discipline, discipline, and language. Also, users have the option to subscribe to an RSS feed of the more recent scholarly content available.

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