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The Association for Computing Machinery, a non-profit organization, is the world’s leading educational and scientific computing society with over 96,000 researchers, educators, practitioners, and students from over 190 countries covering virtually every major area of computing, including such areas as computer security, computer graphics, information retrieval, communications, mobile computing, data mining, and software engineering. In total, over 40 of the most important areas within computing are covered by ACM’s various publications and conferences, workshops, symposia, and Special Interest Groups (SIGs).In addition to its role as the largest computing society, ACM is the premier publisher in the field, publishing over20,000 new articles annually across a broad spectrum ofscholarly journals, conference proceedings, magazines,news letters, Web sites, and multimedia titles. ACM continues to innovate by launching new online initiatives and publications in close collaboration with the most important voices in the field from academia, government and industry,and all of this content is made available through a single onlined istribution platform: the ACM Digital Library. 95k members from over 190 countries around the world Main activities include: publishing scholarly information, journals, books, magazines, newsletters and electronic dbs Leading conference organizer in the field of computing with over 150 conferences annually

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The ACM The Association for Computing Machinery, a non-profit organization, is the world’s leading educational and scientific computing society with over 96,000 researchers, educators, practitioners, and students from over 190 countries covering virtually every major area of computing, including such areas as computer security, computer graphics, information retrieval, communications, mobile computing, data mining, and software engineering. In total, over 40 of the most important areas within computing are covered by ACM’s various publications and conferences, workshops, symposia, and Special Interest Groups (SIGs).In addition to its role as the largest computing society, ACM is the premier publisher in the field, publishing over20,000 new articles annually across a broad spectrum ofscholarly journals, conference proceedings, magazines,news letters, Web sites, and multimedia titles. ACM continues to innovate by launching new online initiatives and publications in close collaboration with the most important voices in the field from academia, government and industry,and all of this content is made available through a single onlined istribution platform: the ACM Digital Library. 96k members from over 190 countries around the world Main activities include: publishing scholarly information, journals, books, magazines, newsletters and electronic dbs Leading conference organizer in the field of computing with over 150 conferences annually

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The ACM The Association for Computing Machinery, a non-profit organization, is the world’s leading educational and scientific computing society with over 96,000 researchers, educators, practitioners, and students from over 190 countries covering virtually every major area of computing, including such areas as computer security, computer graphics, information retrieval, communications, mobile computing, data mining, and software engineering. In total, over 40 of the most important areas within computing are covered by ACM’s various publications and conferences, workshops, symposia, and Special Interest Groups (SIGs).In addition to its role as the largest computing society, ACM is the premier publisher in the field, publishing over20,000 new articles annually across a broad spectrum ofscholarly journals, conference proceedings, magazines,news letters, Web sites, and multimedia titles. ACM continues to innovate by launching new online initiatives and publications in close collaboration with the most important voices in the field from academia, government and industry,and all of this content is made available through a single onlined istribution platform: the ACM Digital Library. Leading conference organizer in the field of computing with over 150 conferences annually.

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The ACM The Association for Computing Machinery, a non-profit organization, is the world’s leading educational and scientific computing society with over 96,000 researchers, educators, practitioners, and students from over 190 countries covering virtually every major area of computing, including such areas as computer security, computer graphics, information retrieval, communications, mobile computing, data mining, and software engineering. In total, over 40 of the most important areas within computing are covered by ACM’s various publications and conferences, workshops, symposia, and Special Interest Groups (SIGs).In addition to its role as the largest computing society, ACM is the premier publisher in the field, publishing over20,000 new articles annually across a broad spectrum ofscholarly journals, conference proceedings, magazines,news letters, Web sites, and multimedia titles. ACM continues to innovate by launching new online initiatives and publications in close collaboration with the most important voices in the field from academia, government and industry,and all of this content is made available through a single onlined istribution platform: the ACM Digital Library 96,000 Members

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The ACM DL contains the largest and most complete full-text archive of articles on computing available today, consisting of:

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The ACM DL contains the largest and most complete full-text archive of articles on computing available today, consisting of:

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Librarian Resources Platform Content Introduction The Association for Computing Machinery is a non-profit membership organization focused on promoting computing as a science & profession worldwide. Digital Library Guide to Computing Literature ACM Next

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96,000 Members 96,000 members from over 190 countries around the world Librarian Resources Platform Content Introduction Digital Library Guide to Computing Literature ACM Next

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Main activities include: publishing scholarly information, journals, conference proceedings, magazines, newsletters and electronic databases Librarian Resources Platform Content Introduction Digital Library Guide to Computing Literature ACM Magazines Journals Proceedings Next

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Leading conference organizer in the field of computing with over 170 conferences annually Librarian Resources Platform Content Introduction Digital Library Guide to Computing Literature ACM Next

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Librarian Resources Platform Content Introduction Digital Library Guide to Computing Literature ACM The ACM Digital Library (DL) is a complete collection of all of ACM’s publications starting with Volume 1, Issue 1, including: Next

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The ACM Digital Library (DL) is a complete collection of all of ACM’s publications, including: journals, conference proceedings, magazines, newsletters, and multimedia titles, plus selected titles from other publishers in computing Librarian Resources Platform Content Introduction Digital Library Guide to Computing Literature ACM 5% 17% 10% 68% Total # of Assets — 280,364 works * *current as of Spring 2010 Next

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The ACM DL contains the largest and most complete full-text archive of articles on computing available today, consisting of: Librarian Resources Platform Content Introduction Digital Library Guide to Computing Literature ACM Content Types Next

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The ACM Guide to Computing Literature is the most comprehensive bibliographic database in existence today focused exclusively on the field of computing Librarian Resources Platform Content Introduction Digital Library Guide to Computing Literature ACM Next

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Making this A&I service—which seamlessly integrates with ACM’s full-text articles—a true starting point for anyone looking to search and access computing’s rapidly growing archive. Librarian Resources Platform Content Introduction Digital Library Guide to Computing Literature ACM Seamless Integration Next

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Selected Topics The Digital Library covers the entire field of computing, all indexed by ACM’s taxonomy, the de facto standard in the field. The ACM Computing Classification Scheme defines all subject areas in Computing. Major topics covered by ACM publications: Magazines Proceedings Overview Journals Librarian Resources Platform Content Introduction Artificial Intelligence Cloud Computing Graphics Data Mining Databases Embedded Systems HCI Mobility Open Source Programming Concurrency Networks Reliability Optimization Design Languages Web Bioinformatics Compilers Computer Architecture Data Structures Computer Graphics High Performance Computing Security Modeling Parallel Computing Object Oriented Software Tools Software Development Software Quality Software Engineering Wireless Computing Project Management Distributed Computing 40 Journals Next

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#3 Ranked Journal by Citations #5 Ranked Journal by Citations #1 Ranked Journal by impact factor #3 Ranked Journal by impact factor #1 Ranked Journal by impact factor #4 Ranked Journal by Citations ACM Computing Surveys ACM Journal on Emerging Technologies in Computing Systems Journal of Data and Information Quality Journal of Experimental Algorithmics Journal of the ACM Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage Magazines Proceedings Overview Journals Librarian Resources Platform Content Introduction Over 40 ACM Journals ACM Journals. ACM publishes the premier collection of peer reviewed journals in the field of computing written and edited by leading international experts in their respective fields. ACM continues to launch new journals each year to serve the needs of the growing scientific community. **And Many More on Hot Topics in Computing Next

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Magazines Proceedings Overview Journals Librarian Resources Platform Content Introduction SIGs SIGACCESS SIGARCH SIGCHI SIGCOMM SIGDA SIGPLAN SIGSOFT SIGGRAPH SIGMETRICS SIGMOBILE SIGWEB The Digital Library contains hundreds of thousands of articles from dozens of topics within computing published in journals, magazines, conference proceedings, newsletters, technical reports, web sites, multimedia files, and oral history interviews. Next

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Connections between experiences, people and technology Magazine for Practitioners and Developers #1 Cited Journal ACM Magazines. ACM offers an array of print and online scholarly magazines written and edited by many of the most respected and recognizable global experts in the field of computing targeted to a very broad audience of computer literate people and the public interested in computing developments. Magazines Proceedings Overview Journals Librarian Resources Platform Content Introduction Communications of the ACM Computers in Entertainment (CIE) Crossroads (renamed XRDS 2010) Queue Ubiquity eLearn Interactions Magazines Next

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Magazines Proceedings Overview Journals Librarian Resources Platform Content Introduction ACM Proceedings. The ACM is the largest organizer of conferences, workshops, and symposia in the field of computing with over 170 events taking place annually. All papers from all ACM conferences are available in the ACM Digital Library. Next

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Simple Search Keyword Name Title Phrase For all full text articles in the DL or expanded to include the entire bibliographic database with pointers to external sources Searching the DL. The DL offers comprehensive searching tools to help you easily find the content you are seeking. Simply insert a search term, keyword, article title, or name into the basic search field. Citation Page Author Profiles Pages Search Librarian Resources Platform Content Introduction P vs NP Next

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Refine your search by: People Publication Conference Drill down further using guided navigation… Exposes detailed relationships among authors, institutions, publications, and special interest groups Searching the DL. Search results are presented and further refinable through our faceted search. This allows for further granularity by people, publication and / or conference. Citation Page Search Librarian Resources Platform Content Introduction Next Author Profiles Pages

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All familiar sorts by: Relevance Date Title Publisher Publication Plus Special sorts by: Citation Count Downloads This feature enables one to see the most prestigious titles from the scholars’ perspective and users’ perspective. Next Citation Page Search Librarian Resources Platform Content Introduction Author Profiles Pages

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Find Related Content by: Journals Magazines Special Interest Groups Conferences Finding Related Content. Given your search results of specific works, this related content browse feature reveals the titles of journals or set of conferences devoted to this topic or the related Special Interest Group and their activities. Citation Page Search Librarian Resources Platform Content Introduction Next Author Profiles Pages

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Citation Page Search Librarian Resources Platform Content Introduction Advanced Search by: Words or Phrases Names Keywords Affiliations Publications Genres Date Ranges Identification Codes Taxonomic Categories ISBN/ISSN DOI Advanced Search is an alternative approach to the stepwise refinement of guided navigation. Advanced Search (or fielded search) gives you the power to enter Boolean combinations of all indexed bibliographic elements in a single comprehensive search form. Next Author Profiles Pages

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Contextual Search: Within genres Within archives Within volumes Within issues Contextual Search allows the user to limit the scope of a search to the space defined by a browse window. One can search within a single genre, the entire archive of a single publication or series, or within a single issue or volume. Next Citation Page Search Librarian Resources Platform Content Introduction Author Profiles Pages

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Citation Pages: Redesigned for 2010 User controlled view using tabs or scrolling Detailed bibliometric data at the article level Co-branding by institution, name and logo Qualified by Type, Audience, & Review Process Citation Page: All critical bibliographic data are summarized in one main citation record. The details are exposed by clicking on tabs or by choosing to scroll one complete page. Citation Page Search Librarian Resources Platform Content Introduction Next Author Profiles Pages

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Tools and Resource: Request Re-use permissions Table of contents alert service by RSS or email Save to personal collections (Binder) Export to bibliographic manager Share by email or favorite social network Tools and Resources: ACM provides an expanding set of tools for the user to work with the contents of the Digital Library. Next Citation Page Search Librarian Resources Platform Content Introduction Author Profiles Pages

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Citation Page Search Librarian Resources Platform Content Introduction Abstract: Comprehensive overviews Available at no charge to all users Abstract. All ACM article abstracts are available at no charge. Next Author Profiles Pages

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Citation Page Search Librarian Resources Platform Content Introduction Source Materials: Full text Audio / video Additional details Links to TOC Source materials. Include alternate formats for full text as well as supplemental files and appendices, including audio/video presentations. Details about the publication in which the article appears are provided together with links to the table of contents of this particular issue or volume and to the entire archive. Next Author Profiles Pages

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Citation Page Search Librarian Resources Platform Content Introduction Author Bibliometrics: Publication history All co-authors Total downloads of all works in the DL Cumulative cited by statistics Author: Authors are presented with their overall publication history and statistics. Links to the authors ACM DL profile page with additional detail. Next Author Profiles Pages

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Citation Page Search Librarian Resources Platform Content Introduction References / Cited By: The author’s reference list is linked either by DOI or other mechanisms to the bibliographic record and to the full text source where known. Similarly, subsequently published works which referenced this article are listed together with links to the source. Forward and Reverse Linking: Reference list Cited by list Next Author Profiles Pages

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Citation Page Search Librarian Resources Platform Content Introduction Index Terms: The ACM Computer Classification Scheme (CCS) 2300 subject areas under 11 major topics Highly structured taxonomy Index Terms. ACM maintains the defacto standard for classification of works in computing. The ACM Classification Scheme (CCS). Primary and secondary subject categories for the article are displayed with links are provided to a listing of all other works in the DL on the same topic. Next Author Profiles Pages

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Publication Title Information Link to homepage Table of Contents Link to Archive ISSN/ISBN Publication. Details about the publication in which the article appears are provided together with links to the Table of Contents of this particular issue or volume and to the entire archive. Citation Page Search Librarian Resources Platform Content Introduction Next Author Profiles Pages

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Reviews : Approved subject experts Edited Formally published Comments: Open Unedited User contributed Reviews / Comments. ACM has published a review journal since 1963 called Computing Reviews. Selected books and articles are reviewed by ACM approved, subject experts. Users can interact with each other by entering their own unedited remarks on any article. Citation Page Search Librarian Resources Platform Content Introduction Next Author Profiles Pages

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Author Profile: Bibliometric data Affiliation history Editable profile Complete list of publications Bookmark / share features List of professional collaborators Subject areas of expertise Author Profile: Provides detailed bibliometric data for over 1.0 million authors in the computing field, including ACM and non ACM authors. Includes: Updated affiliation histories, detailed list of authors collaborative colleagues, editable profiles and the author’s complete publication record including links to those publication on/off ACM DL. Citation Page Search Librarian Resources Platform Content Introduction Next Author Profiles Pages

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Librarian Resources Platform Content Introduction Admin Usage Reports Librarian Website ACM Librarian Resources Website: Resources for academic, government and corporate libraries. ACM’s newest marketing materials Digital Library policy and pricing information ACM Bulletin — ACM’s newsletter for librarians The ACM Librarian Website is a resource for librarians wanting learn more about and stay up to date with latest from the ACM Digital Library. Visit us at www.acm.org/dl/libraries Next

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Author Profile Pages: COUNTER III Compliant usage stats SUSHI enabled All reports are regularly updated on a monthly basis The ACM provides usage statistics for institutional and consortium subscribers as provided by Scholarly IQ. ACM provide detailed statistics for all content downloaded from the DL, including journals, magazines, conference proceedings, newsletters and other article types. Librarian Resources Platform Content Introduction Admin Librarian Website Next Usage Reports

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Librarian Resources Platform Content Introduction Admin Librarian Website Administrators have the ability to: Update IP addresses Download statistics View payment information Generate renewal quotes Generate invoices Update contact information Administrators Can Access a Variety of Information about their account at http://librarians.acm.org Next Usage Reports

Summary: ACM Digital Library User Guide

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