Saturday, December 22, 2007

DBLP Refines Itself

I noticed a feature in DBLP that lets one refine publications of an author by venue, by authors, or by year and presents the selected subset according to the refinement. Here is an example.

Mea culpa. As a commenter points out, DBLP-plus uses CompleteSearch by Holger Bast. I have always liked Holger's research trajectory (early stuff on integer sorting, then "scheduling at twilight", some shortest paths stuff) and the current work on search engine technology has some nice use cases.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

DBLP is now using the "CompleteSearch Engine" created by some (theoryish) researchers (e.g. Holger Bast) at MPI.

3:51 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Also seems like DBLP now includes submissions to arXiv ? If this is true, I find it an unfortunate addition....

1:05 AM  
Blogger metoo said...

true, it is unfortunate. The list comes color-coded. Btw, will be great to have an option to filter arXiv's out.

7:12 AM  

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