This guide provides a general overview of research resources in computer science.
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Books and manuals
Searching the technical reports collection
Print versions of computer science technical reports are held by the Mathematics & Statistics Library. Records for the reports can be found in SearchWorks, by searching for the title of the report.
The collection includes computer science, mathematics, statistics, and operations research technical reports from various sources around the world from the mid-1950's to the present. The bulk of the collection is composed of computer science-related reports issued by U.S. institutions from the 1970's and 1980's. Many were later published in magazines and refereed journals.
Searching for and downloading Stanford Computer Science technical reports and notes
The most recent technical reports (2000+ ) can be found at on the Computer Science Technical Report server. To search for technical reports or browse the Computer Science Department technical reports and notes available online (with abstracts) by decade and by type. Click on the link of the report (if available) to download a copy from the ftp site. Please note that only some Stanford technical reports are available online. Reports published prior to 2000 can be found in SearchWorks.
For other sources of Technical Reports and instructions on accessing Stanford CS Technical Reports via FTP, please see the Mathematics & Statistics Library Technical Reports page.
Books on code interviews
The following books are titles used to practice and review for code interviews that frequently accompany programming jobs.