(04.04.95) Currently, there are 3634 articles archived. Basic access is by thematic group, but there are additional indices by author, or by conference/journal. For many papers, links to postscript files are given. This could develop to a major literature source.
For an example page, here is the garbage collection section of the "compilers and interpreters" archive.
Newsgroups: comp.compilers From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Alf-Christian Achilles) Subject: The Computer Science Bibliography Collection has moved! Followup-To: comp.compilers Keywords: bibliography, WWW, available Reply-To: Alf-Christian Achilles <email@example.com> Organization: Universitaet Karlsruhe, Germany Date: 15 Mar 1995 19:38:26 METThe Collection of Computer Science Bibliographies has moved to another server. At the same time a search interface based on glimpse has been added.
The new URL for the Collection of Computer Science Bibliographies is:
The old URL will continue to work by means of redirection, which should be transparent to clients.
The bibliographies are not just linked but are present as a local copy which is updated from the original source every weekend. The local availablity of the bibliographic data allows for searches in the complete collection.
-- Alf-Christian Achilles firstname.lastname@example.org ! Mail : D-76128 Karlsruhe Lehrstuhl Informatik fuer Ingenieure ! und Naturwissenschaftler ! Voice: +49 721 608-4335 University of Karlsruhe, Germany ! FAX: +49 721 69 86 75
Typers, ["We don't need no stinking attributions..."] .The best paper on types that I have read is: . . On Understanding Types, Data Abstraction, and Polymorphism . by Luca Cardelli and Peter Wegner . Computing Surveys, Vol. 17, No. 4, December 1985 . .but I have no idea if it is available via ftp. . .thant I agree that this is a cool paper, and I don't know if it is available by FTP either. The place to start looking is gatekeeper.digital.com. However, it is reachable via HTTP (World Wide Web). Here's a URL: http://www.research.digital.com/SRC/personal/Luca_Cardelli/Papers/OnUnderstanding.ps.Z !@#$%^*, that's a long URL. I tried connecting via FTP, but my connection was refused. While I'm at it, here's Dr Cardelli's WWW home page, which leads to other wild, wacky stuff: http://www.research.digital.com/SRC/personal/Luca_Cardelli/home.html
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It's listed on the following page of language and compiler bibliographies: