From: Paul Cockshott (wpc@DCS.GLA.AC.UK)
Date: Sat Nov 20 2004 - 17:45:28 EST
without this I would never have guessed that Rakesh was a specialist on optical wave guides, or that Gerry had worked along with Litwin on improvements to Hashing theory, that David Yaffe was a geneticist, and that Ajit published in Geology and Biochemistry. -----Original Message----- From: OPE-L on behalf of glevy@PRATT.EDU Sent: Sat 11/20/2004 2:45 PM To: OPE-L@SUS.CSUCHICO.EDU Subject: (OPE-L) google scholar search engine A new 'scholar' search engine I heard about via Sara Burke. Try typing in your own name and see what pops up. In solidarity, Jerry http://scholar.google.com/ About Google Scholar Google Scholar enables you to search specifically for scholarly literature, including peer-reviewed papers, theses, books, preprints, abstracts and technical reports from all broad areas of research. Use Google Scholar to find articles from a wide variety of academic publishers, professional societies, preprint repositories and universities, as well as scholarly articles available across the web. Just as with Google Web Search, Google Scholar orders your search results by how relevant they are to your query, so the most useful references should appear at the top of the page. This relevance ranking takes into account the full text of each article as well as the article's author, the publication in which the article appeared and how often it has been cited in scholarly literature. Google Scholar also automatically analyzes and extracts citations and presents them as separate results, even if the documents they refer to are not online. This means your search results may include citations of older works and seminal articles that appear only in books or other offline publications.
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