• CiteSeer, an autonomous citation index to freely-available computer science on the Web. Research project of Lawrence and Giles of NEC Research.
  • Students should note especially the electronic textbook on computational science.
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics Resources: very comprehensive, includes labs, research groups, online books, software.
  • ACM - Home Page
  • Netlib: a large and diverse library of software, technical reports, and benchmarks, particularly strong on numerical methods and optimization. Important link for numerical analysts.
  • The Graph Coloring Page, maintained by Joe Culberson, with an extensive bibliography and links to useful sites.
  • Theoretical Computer Science page, maintained by Suresh Venkat, a source of links to publications, software, bibliographies, and other resources.
  • Michael Trick's Operations Research Page, a source of numerous links to sites hosting software, test data, or research reports in Operations Research.
  • Computer Science Bibliographies, comprising over 0.3 million references in all fields of Computer Science, organized by author, institution, title, and subject area, and offering limited search facilities.
  • The Computational Geometry Bibliography, in BiBTeX format, with nearly 7,000 entries. The search facility is rudimentary.
  • Experimental index to vols. 500 to 1080 of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science published by Springer Verlag. Index courtesy FIZ Karlsruhe.
  • TeX Resources: from the user group, pointers to the CTAN archives, many macro packages, TeX for different platforms, and more.