This document covers all of the societies and organizations listed in a shorter companion document. For each site, links are given where they exist for these topics:
String search on any of these 10 phrases to navigate to all sites with corresponding content.
This database covers the online edition of Science Magazine from October 1995 to the present. Entries are available in summary, abstract, or full-text format, but access to entries requires either "free registration" or a paid subscription to Science ONLINE.
Full-text articles can be accessed through the Search and Tables of Contents facilities. Beginning in October 1997, the Digital Library will have an enhanced search engine, capable of free-text search through the full text of articles as well as the Citations database. Please keep visiting the Future Directions page for updates. Typically, full-text files are in PDF format, though some are in HTML and PostScript -- download a free Acrobat® Reader version 3.0 or higher from Adobe Systems, Inc. for a wide variety of platforms.
You will first need to register with ACM to establish a free account. Then you can access their site with a username and a password.
Covers bibliographic citations (only) to AGIFORS symposium papers since 1961.
Covers all nine society publications in full text.
Search the online edition of APICS--The Performance Advantage. Contains bibliographic citations plus selected full-text articles.
This page lists all articles alphabetically; one page per year, no search engine.
This page contains all tables of content chronologically from 1993; no search engine.
This is a really well-done magazine! It's very accessable to the novice or the professional. Selected articles on-line.
Offers searchable access to two separate collections. The articles/conference proceedings collection includes several thousand abstracts from Quality Progress, Quality Management Journal, Quality Engineering, Journal of Quality Technology, Technometrics, Annual Quality Congress Proceedings, and ASQ Division Conference Proceedings. The Quality Press collection describes the latest catalog of books, software, videotapes, and audiocassettes.
This database searches all IEEE periodicals, conferences, and standards from 1994 to the present.
Offers search, browse and download of selected IEEE Transactions & Journals to members of participating technical societies and subscribers to sponsored publications.
Tables of contents of coming issues of the IEEE Transactions, Journals and Letters.
Contains a wide variety of full-text documents, including News Releases, Newsletters/Journals, Reports, and Statistical Reports on U.S. Science.
Search the full text of SIAM articles dated January 1997 forward. Subscribers will have access to the full text of the search results; non-subscribers can view article topmatter (titles, authors, abstracts, key words, AMS subject classifications, and citation information).
[The following has been abridged from "www.computer.org/epub/".]
The Computer Society Digital Library (CSDL) is now available for an .
It is viewable and full-text searchable via standard WWW browsers without the need for any helper applications or plug-ins. Everyone has free access to all issues of 17 of the society's magazines and transactions from 1995 to the present. Some time in the fourth quarter the library will be open to Computer Society members only. Beginning in 1998, access to each periodical's digital library archive will be available to society members on a subscription basis. Computer magazine will be available to all Computer Society members in both electronic and paper forms at no charge as an additional benefit of membership.
The intent of the free access period is to allow the community to become familiar with the Computer Society's new products before they are offered as subscription options to Computer Society members only. In 1998, members will choose from three subscription options: a print subscription, an electronic subscription, or a combination of both. The same options will be offered to members of IEEE societies that are technical cosponsors of publications produced by the Computer Society.
The newest issues are available in PDF (Adobe Acrobat) format first, followed by the HTML versions later.
This database consists of LMI Report abstracts.
[The following was abridged from "www.nas.edu/trb/about/tris.html".]
TRIS contains document abstracts describing the published literature of highway research; rural, urban, and intercity transit research, highway safety research, railroad research, maritime research, and air transport research. The online version also contains resumés of unpublished research in progress in transit (from the FTA Project Directories and the Transit Cooperative Research Program) and highway research.
The online version of TRIS is available as "Transportation Research Information Services (TRIS)", or File 63, through Knight-Ridder Information's DIALOG service (if you are not currently a DIALOG user, see how to obtain a DIALOG account. If you would prefer to perform a TRIS literature search without a DIALOG account, go to Electronic Gateways.
Last updated: 12/1/97
This document was prepared by Alex
Duffy under the direction of Arthur Geoffrion.
Corrections and improvements invited.
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