The IEEE Computer Society Digital Library (CSDL) is the first-ever digital library evolved in IEEE. It provides online access to 33 magazines and transactions and more than 600,000 in-depth, peer-reviewed articles and papers related to cybersecurity, big data, cloud computing, agile, artificial intelligence, smart systems, mobile, wearables, and other leading-edge technology areas.
CSDL includes all articles and documents from magazines and transactions IEEE Computer Society publishes, dating back to the very first issue. The documents and articles include magazines and transactions, conference proceedings, journals, and letters. CSDL has recent research papers on a wide range of recent technology topics such as IoT, data analytics, big data, artificial intelligence, cyber security, blockchain, cloud computing, machine learning, augmented reality, virtual reality, software engineering, DevOps, and so on.
What benefits do you get?
CSDL supports the institution to enhance the technical know-how of its students and faculty.
The periodicals date back to the very first periodical issue, and all proceedings back to 1995.
Institutions get unlimited access to CSDL content.
Institutions will have access for 12 months from the date of licensing.
There is no limit on the amount of concurrent access.
IP-based access to CSDL enables seamless access for users.
CSDL helps the institution stay updated with the latest technology happenings around the globe.
CSDL publication content helps practice-oriented and research-focused activities.