Department of Computer Science
University of Otago
Dunedin, New Zealand
|The following are useful resources which are available
on the internet. Many of these are local copies, but some, marked with
asterisks (* *), are international links. Since we pay for international
internet traffic, you are asked to exercise some responsibility in the
use of these resources.
Mirage is a ray-tracer used in the Lab. It was written by Chris Butcher,
and this documentation was prepared by Sophie Day over the 1997/98 summer
break. It is a little dated, but still useful.
The University Library: Quite a useful set of resources, including on-line catalogues etc. A few of the highlights are given below...
* Web of Science *: A searchable index of recent journal papers. You can search for authors, titles, citations, and more. Note that the University has only a limited number of `seats' on WoS, so do not leave yourself connected to this site unless you need to.
form: Now you can order interloans from the comfort of your own terminal!
Be sure to check with the online catalogue that the item you request is
not in the library first.
* Carnegie Mellon University Computer Homepage *: An excellent site to start exploring from. This link is to the text-only version. There is also a prettier (but more expensive) `graphics enhanced' version.
* Computer Vision Conference List *: This site gives the dates for paper submissions for the major Computer Vision conferences.
USC Bibliography *: A big site with lots and lots of references and
papers, sorted by author, title, journal, keyword, and subject.
* Hypatia *: A directory of research workers in Computer Science and Pure Mathematics, and a library of their papers.
Maintained by Brendan McCane
Last Modified: 25st August 1999