More than 6,500 volumes of collected conference proceedings, books, surveys, and tutorials representing scholarship in Computer Science since 1973.
More than 2 million scholarly papers, standards, and abstracts representing all IEEE journal and conference publications. Full text is available online for all titles since 1998 and back to the first volume for selected titles.
The ACM Digital Library and its companion Guide to Computing Literature include more than 300,000 full text articles representing all publications from the Association of Computing Machinery, including Communications of the ACM.
Thousands of popular and professional books from O'Reilly and other technology publishers available as e-books.
Over 100 e-books that provide a foundation and current research in databases, information retreival, CGT, machine learning, signal processing, theoretical computer science, HCI, and web science.
Purdue CS Tech Reports
Full archive of technical reports authored by Purdue's Department of Computer Science. Recent reports:
As the librarian for Computer Science, I collaborate and consult with faculty and students affiliated with the department. I teach classes and workshops and provide one-on-one research consultations in-person and via email. I also purchase new books, journals, multimedia, and other online research sources for the department as well as conduct my own research in digital libraries.
Browse this library guide to learn about library collections and other scholarly resources that are relevant for research in Computer Science. Contact me if you need help researching your particular topic.
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To search for articles within journals and papers within conference proceedings, you need to use a bibliographic search engine such as Google Scholar or DBLP for general use or an electronic resource like IEEE Xplore or ACM Portal that are the best tools for specialized, in-depth research.
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