Selected eBooks for Computer Science Graduates' Toolbox:
American Mathematical Society Books Online
A list of sites that provide access to research level mathematics books online.
Ebook Library (EBL)
EBL is a collection of ebooks on a variety of topics that have been selected and purchased by Brown users and librarians. This link shows only what EBL titles we have in the Brown Library. After authentication you must create your own account to view these titles.
ebrary Academic Complete subscription collection offers access for over 80,000 titles from leading academic and professional publishers. Concentrations include business and economics, computers and technology, humanities, life and physical sciences, and social and behavioral sciences.
For help in getting started, see ebrary Video Tutorial.
Current; Knovel aggregates the content (books and databases) of major science and engineering publishers. The resource is searched like a database for book titles, topics, and, more importantly, specific data within interactive tables and graphs.
For help getting started see Knovel Library Video Tutorials.
Lecture Notes in Computer Science (Springer Book Series)
The series, including its subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence (LNAI), has established itself as a medium for the publication of new developments in computer science and information technology research and teaching - quickly, informally, and at a high level.
Numerical Recipes Books Online
The complete Numerical Recipes books in C, Fortran 77, and Fortran 90 On-Line, in both PostScript and Adobe Acrobat formats. [This resource is publicly available.]
Safari Tech Books Online
A library of books on information technology, digitized and made available by Safari Books Online in conjunction with the original publishers.
Current; ebooks published by the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics.
Synthesis Digital Library of Engineering and Computer Science
Current; Synthesis is an information service for the research, development, and educational community in engineering and computer science. The basic component of the library is a 50- to 100-page "Lecture"; a self-contained electronic book that synthesizes an important research or development topic, authored by an expert contributor to the field. The library and its lectures are organized by series. Each series is managed by a prominent consulting editor. The series editor guides lecture topic and author selection as well as peer review. New series and lectures will be added continuously and existing lectures will be revised as needed.