Subject guide Computer Science
Library resources for you who study: Computer Science
If you want to learn more about how to search for information, you can go to the library’s digital course Search, evaluate and use information. You can either go through all the material or choose the parts of interest.
Start searching in Summon@BTH, the library gateway to our print books and all electronic articles, books, conferences, and theses available in the databases we subscribe to.
Search for ebooks directly in Summon @ BTH or use our ebook packages that suit your topic.
A good help in identifying search terms and finding acronyms is to use the computer science encyclopedias that the library subscribes to.
Articles in databases
If you want to do more advanced searches within the subject computer science, you can start your search in the bibliographic database Scopus. To get access to the articles in full text, use the BTH link service GetIt@BTH.
Use the link below if you are looking for a specific journal-title. There you find both our print and electronic journals. You can also follow the link and search for journals within various subjects.
GetIt@BTH is the key to the document. Get the full-text version or order a document directly from the same menu.
Proceedings, or conference materials, are found in the bibliographic databases Scopus and Web of Science or in the full-text databases Lecture Notes in Computer Science (Springer), IEEE and ACM.
In these databases, you can see if, and how much, an article has been cited.
Google Scholar is a search engine that specializes in finding scholarly literature on the Internet: articles, abstracts, dissertations, books and other scientific documents. Use the library’s link to Google Scholar to get access to the resources BTH subscribes to. To access the document – choose GetIt@BTH.
We have access to all IEEE standards in IEEE Xplore. In Standard SIS you can search for Swedish and ISO standards.
Student theses and doctoral theses
Book a librarian
Students and staff at BTH can book a meeting with a librarian for advanced information retrieval.