The ACM Digital Library (DL) is the most comprehensive collection of full-text articles and bibliographic records in existence today covering the fields of computing and information technology. The full-text database includes the complete collection of ACM's publications, including journals, conference proceedings, magazines, newsletters, and multimedia titles.
ACM (Association for Computing Machinery) is the oldest and biggest society of the world of computing. It offers a forum since 1947 for discussing information, scientific theories, discoveries and publishing scientific accomplishments.
The ACM Digital Library (DL) is the most comprehensive collection of full-text articles and bibliographic records in existence today covering the fields of computing and information technology. Main themes are: artificial intelligence; communications / networking; computer applications; computer systems; computers and society; data / storage and retrieval; education; entertainment; hardware; human-computer interaction; information systems; legal aspects; management; performance and reliability; personal computing; search; security; software; theory.
The full-text database of the Association for Computing Machinery includes the bibliographic data and full-text version of journals and conference proceedings, magazines, newsletters, and multimedia titles published by ACM since 1954. The database currently consists of:
In addition to the full-text database, the ACM Digital Library is heavily integrated with and includes unrestricted access to the Guide to Computing Literature bibliography.
The ACM Digital Library includes reference linking though CrossRef, integration with the ACM Computing Reviewsdatabase, index terms using ACM's Computing Classification Scheme (CCS), alerting and TOC services, and all export formats including BibTex, Endnote, and ACM Ref, as well as OpenURL compliance, and COUNTER III and SUSHI Compliant usage statistics.
Digital Library Platform and Features
The ACM Digital Library Platform is ACM’s own proprietary system that is wholly developed, hosted, and maintained by ACM. The system is built on open source technology in collaboration with volunteers from the scientific community and contains many of the most powerful search features available today.
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