- The Library

Useful websites for Computer Science 

Subject gateways

subject gateway to maths & computing topics
Intute Virtual Training Suite Computer Science and Informatics - tour these subject resources online
Intute: General science                     covers subject areas such as communication/interpretation of science in society and public engagement with science
subject launchpad which links to the major subject gateways


Subject search engines

arXiv e-prints in physics, mathematics, non-linear science, computer science, quantitative biology, quantitative finance & statistics
CiteSeer                                             scientific literature digital library and search engine that focuses primarily on computer & information science
ODYSCI free web portal for search and rank of scientific articles published in journals and conferences in computer sciences, electronics & related areas - covers ACM and IEEE publications, as well as those listed by CiteSeerX, DBLP and more
Techxtra  articles, key websites, books, the latest industry news, job announcements, ejournals, eprints, technical reports, the latest research and more


Professional societies

Association for Computing Machinery
British Computer Society
Institute of Mathematics and its Applications
The Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics

General Computer Science

Free Online Dictionary of Computing
NIST               NIST Digital Library of Mathematical Functions

ANDROID development resources

Android developer:               all materials needed to develop for android platform are available on this website
  -  "Dev Guide"       explains how the android platform is used and how to get familiar with the development environment
  -  "SDK" provides information of how to download the  development environment 
   - "Resources" information and help about development issues and how to get started developing android applications - tutorials and code are also provided


Natural Language / Semantics resources

British National Corpus (BNC) Samples of written and spoken words in British English to enable understanding of how those words can and have been used in the 20th Century. There are various free to access concordancing programs for language learning/research which use the BNC and other Corpus:
 - BYU-BNC Brigham Young University Brigham Young University's BNC concordancer
 - Oxford University British National Corpus Oxford University offers a simple search of the BNC. The main site links to other resources. Note that Oxford University's own concordancer is for its members only
 - English Chinese Parallel Concordancer (E-C Concord) Monolingual and parallel concordancer. Developed by The Hong Kong Institute of Education