Coverage: 1947 to present (Some full text).
Contains citations, abstracts & full-text of articles published in Association for Computing Machinery journals, proceedings & selected works published by affiliates & special interest groups; & tables of contents for ACM newsletters published since 1985.
Coverage: Some full text.
Digital library of scientific literature collected from the Internet. Focuses primarily on computer and information science. Primarily full-text, but some citations only. Search by keyword or citation.
Coverage: Some full text
Computers & Applied Sciences Complete covers the research and development spectrum of the computing and applied sciences disciplines. CASC provides indexing and abstracts for nearly 2,200 academic journals, professional publications, and other reference sources from a diverse collection. Full text is also available for more than 1,000 periodicals. Subject areas include the many engineering disciplines, computer theory, and new technologies.
Coverage: Journals: 1988 to present; Conference proceedings: 1995 to present (Full text)
The IEEE Computer Society Digital Library provides full-text access to around 30 society magazines and transactions and more than 4,800 conference publications.
Coverage: Vol. 1186 (1997) to present (Full text)
Coverage of earlier years is not comprehensive. Includes Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics. Publishes new developments in computer science and information technology research, development and education.
Computer and Information Science Collection One is comprised of 50 Synthesis lectures including subjects - Artificial Intelligence, Computer Architecture, Human Language Technologies and more.
Provides coverage of the terms used in computing, including hardware, software, program languages, networks and applications, e-commerce and the Internet. Supplements include tables of codes and programming languages.
This book draws definitions from diverse bodies of knowledge involved in the creation of multimedia, including computer programming, computer graphics, digital publishing, audio, video, telecommunications, networking, Web design, and Internet development. It helps specialists from differing disciplines communicate effectively.
This dictionary serves as a guide to the language of the computer graphics and animation world. It contains short and quick definitions of production terms used by visual effects and animation professionals. Hundreds of terms and phrases are defined as well as acronyms and terms related to software packages.
The Encyclopedia of Computer Science is the definitive reference in computer science and technology. First published in 1976, it is still the only single volume to cover every major aspect of the field. Now in its Fourth Edition, this influential work provides an historical timeline highlighting the key breakthroughs in computer science and technology, as well as clear and concise explanations of the latest technology and its practical applications.
The Encyclopedia of Human Computer Interaction covers the field of human computer interaction (HCI). This encyclopedia covers a wide range of HCI related topics such as concepts, design, usability, evaluation, innovations, and applications of HCI in organisations around the globe.
Encyclopedia of Information Technology is a comprehensive reference material comprising the A-Z of the IT industry. Well-defined emerging technologies and terms, concepts, devices, systems, and tools are graphically represented with annotations.
Covering all aspects of engineering for practitioners who design, write, or test computer programs, this updated edition explores all the issues and principles of software design and engineering.
Presents research and development results on the design, specification, realization, behavior, and use of computer systems. The term "computer systems" is interpreted broadly and includes systems architectures, operating systems, distributed systems, and computer networks.
AITopics is a mediated information portal provided by AAAI (The Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence), with the goal of communicating the science and applications of Artificial Intelligence.
The world's largest educational and scientific computing society, delivers resources that advance computing as a science and a profession. ACM serves its members and the computing profession with leading-edge publications, conferences, and career resources
The Australian Computer Society is the professional association for Australia’s Information and Communication Technology (ICT) sector.
DigitalNZ aims to make New Zealand digital content easy to find, share, and use. Discover millions of New Zealand items from the digital stores of libraries, museums, archives, and government departments, publicly funded organsations, the private sector, and community groups.
The IEEE Computer Society claims to be the world's leading membership organization dedicated to computer science and technology. Serving more than 60,000 members, the IEEE Computer Society is an information, networking, and career-development source for researchers, educators, software engineers, IT professionals, employers, and students.
The Intellectual Property Office grants and registers intellectual property rights. This includes patents, trademarks, copyright and protection for designs.
This website provides standards for designing, using and managing the internet.
In addition to short YouTube lectures, the website features practice exercises and tools for educators. Subjects include mathematics, computer programming, economics, and finance.
The voice of the information and communication technology industry of New Zealand.
The Institute of IT Professionals NZ is New Zealand's leading body for those working or studying in Software and Information Technology related fields.
Online resources for developers including information on C, C++, C#, .Net, Visual Basic, Java, Ruby, PHP, Perl, and Python.
Dictionary for words, phrases and abbreviations that are related to computer and Internet technology. Webopedia provides easy-to-understand definitions, avoiding the use of heavy jargon when possible so that the site is accessible to users with a wide range of computer knowledge. Produced by the IT Business Edge Network.
A comprehensive computing and information technology dictionary containing over 7,500 entries. Produced by TechTarget, an online technology media company.