relational OR oracle (using the Boolean Search in the Advanced Search screen)
TIP: Use or for synonyms. It You will find records containing either term in any field. This can ONLY be done using the Boolean Search in the Advanced Search Screen.
relational AND Codd (using the Boolean Search in the Advanced Search screen)
TIP: Use and to narrow search by more than one search term. You will find records containing both term
There are several ways to search by subject.
neural networks computer science
neural networks computer science canada congresses
neural networks computer science case studies
neural networks computer science congresses
neural networks computer science design and construction
neural networks computer science european union countries
neural networks computer science handbooks manuals etc
neural networks computer science industrial applications
neural networks computer science industrial applications congresses
For example, to look for books on software testing, you can seach those two terms as keywords in any field. Then, from your search results,
Once you have conducted a search, you may refine your search results by using the "Refine Results" panel on the left hand side of the screen. You may refine your search results by author, subject geographical area, date, format (i.e. books or journals), language, year of publication, and genre (i.e. handbooks, electronic books, etc.).
Books in most U of T Libraries, including Engineering & Computer Science Library, are arranged on the shelves using the Library of Congress Classification System. This system arranges books on the same topic together on the bookshelves.
For example, the book C++ Coach : essentials for introductory programming by Jeff Salvage, has a call number
QA76.73 . C153 S25 2001
In this example:
You can therefore find all other books on C++ programming by walking to the QA76.73 .C153 area.
Here are some sample computer sciences topics and their corresponding call numbers:
:: QA76.15 Dictionaries and encyclopedias
:: QA76.58 Parallel processing. Parallel computers
:: QA76.5915 Ubiquitous computing
:: QA76.592 Wearable computers
:: QA76.6 Programming , e.g.,
:: QA76.612 Constraint programming
:: QA76.62 Functional programming
:: QA76.63 Logic programming
:: QA76.64 Object-oriented programming
:: QA76.642 Parallel programming
:: QA76.65 Visual programming
:: QA76.73.A-Z Programming languages , e.g.,
:: QA76.73 .C153 C++ programming language
:: QA76.73 .J38 Java programming language
:: QA76.76.A-Z Special topics, A-Z , e.g.,
:: QA76.76.C65 Compilers
:: QA76.76.S73 Standards for software
:: QA76.8.A-Z Special computers, computer systems, and microprocessors. By name, A-Z e.g.
:: QA76.8.I12 IBM 360
:: QA76.87 Neural computers. Neural networks
:: QA76.88 Supercomputers. High performance computing
:: QA76.9.A-Z Other topics, A-Z , e.g.,
:: QA76.9.A25 Access control. Computer security
:: QA76.9.A3 Adaptive computing
:: QA76.9.A73 Architecture, Computer
:: QA76.9.A955 Automatic hypothesis formation
:: QA76.9.A97 Autonomic computing
:: QA76.9.C55 Client/server computing
:: QA76.9.D26 Database design
:: QA76.9.D3 Database management
Compiled by Lisa Archibald. Adapted from a my.library guide (Computer Science Research Guide) written by Cristina Sewerin. Updated by Lynn Li, Angela Henshilwood (2009), and Michelle Spence. Maintained by Benjamin Walsh.
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