An extended bibliographic database, consisting of more than a quarter-million citations of core works in computing. These works are of all types (journals, proceedings, books, technical reports, theses, among others), and from all the major publishers in the discipline. Searching and browsing capabilities as well as personalized services available. (Association for Computing Machinery)
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