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Comp.os.research: Frequently answered questions [2/3: l/m 13 Aug 1996]
Section - [4.4] Computer science bibliographies and technical reports

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- A collection of bibliographies in various fields of computer science
  is available via anonymous ftp and the World Wide Web.  The
  bibliographies contain about 260,000 references, most of which are
  references to journal articles, conference papers or technical
  reports.  The collection has been formed by using various freely
  accessible services in the Internet (anonymous ftp, mailserver,
  wais, telnet) and converting each bibliography into a uniform BibTeX
  format.  It is organised in files containing references to a (more
  or less) specific area within computer science.

  The database has been organised by Alf-Christian Achilles
  <achilles@ira.uka.de>.  It may be accessed on the Web at
  <URL:http://liinwww.ira.uka.de/bibliography/index.html>, via ftp from
  <URL:ftp://ftp.cs.umanitoba.ca/pub/bibliographies>, and through a
  more useful search mechanism on the Web at
  <URL:http://glimpse.cs.arizona.edu/1994/bib>.

- As part of the ARPA Electronic Library Project, the Database Group
  at Stanford is providing a Selective Dissemination of Information
  (SDI) service to disseminate information about computer science
  technical reports.  You can have a server email you periodic
  announcements of new papers on topics that interest you.

  See <URL:http://cs-tr.cs.cornell.edu/Info/cstr.html> for details, or
  contact Tak Yan <tyan@cs.stanford.edu> or the mail server itself
  at <elib@db.stanford.edu>.


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