NCSTRL

AcronymDefinition
NCSTRLNetworked Computer Science Technical Reference Library
NCSTRLNetworked Computer Science Technical Report Library
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AQUA: Query visualization for the NCSTRL digital library In: Proceedings of the 4th ACM Conference on Digital libraries, 230-231.
Other Projects Using the Arc Software Digital Library URL Description MetaArchive www.metaarchive.org Sharing resources related to politics and religion (Halbert, 2003) NCSTRL www.ncstrl.org A collection of computer science technical reports and e-prints (Anan, Liu, & Maly et al.
Preservation and transition of NCSTRL using an OAI-based architecture.
The repository has been integrated into the collection of more than 20,000 computer science research reports and other material available through NCSTRL (www.ncstrl.org) and will be linked with the ACM Digital Library.
Currently, we translate queries for heterogeneous search services including Dialog, Stanford's Folio, AltaVista, WebCrawler, and NCSTRL, each with different Boolean query syntax and functionality.
More than 30 academic departments and research laboratories are now participating in the Networked Computer Science Technical Reports Library (NCSTRL), according to a news release from Cornell University.
The NCSTRL project has grown rapidly from the experimental digital library efforts undertaken in the Computer Science Technical Reports (CS-TR) project, sponsored in 1992 by the Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA) through the Corporation for National Research Initiatives (CNRI), and in the National Science Foundation (NSF)-sponsored WATERS project.
More than 30 academic departments and research laboratories are now participating in the Networked Computer Science Technical Report Library (NCSTRL), according to a news release from Cornell University.
The still-evolving NCSTRL project "makes a very large body of breaking computer science research rapidly available to researchers and programmers throughout the world," said Dean B.
For research reports, the MeDoc team decided to give up on proprietary development and to join in the Networked Computer Science Technical Reports Library (NCSTRL), originally developed by Cornell University.
THE COMPUTER AND AUTOMATION RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF THE HUNGARIAN Academy of Sciences (MTA SZTAKI) is actively involved in the foundation and management of a globally distributed digital library within Central Europe called the Networked Computer Science Technical Reports Library (NCSTRL)--an open-architecture, network-based distributed digital library system consistent with the digital library framework of Kahn and Wilensky [2].