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@This report lists, in chronological order, all reports published
by the Stanford Computer Science Department since 1963. Each report
is identified by Computer Science number, authors's name, title, National
Technical Information Service (NTIS) retrieval number↑* , date, and
number of pages. Complete listings of Theses, Artificial Intelligence Memos,
and Heuristic Programming Reports
are given in the Appendix.
@Also, for the first time, each report has been marked as to its availability
for ordering and the cost if applicable.
↑*If this number is not given it means that the report is probably not available
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@In the Bibliography which follows, there is a listing for each Computer Science
Department Report published as of the date of this writing. Each listing contains
the following information:
The report number(s)↑*
Whether or not the report is a thesis
The "title" of the report
The number of pages in the report,
The month and year it was published
The cost of the report (if any)
Special symbols preceding the report number indicate availability at this writing,
+ hard copy or microfiche,
⊗ microfiche only,
If there is no special symbol, then it is available in hard copy only.
@All Computer Science Reports that are in stock may be requested from:
Computer Science Department
Polya Hall, Room 202
Stanford, California 94305 U.S.A.
However, Artificial Intelligence Memos (AIM-xxx) should be obtained directly
from the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. Their address is:
Artificial Intelligence Laboratory
Attn: Documentation Services
Stanford, California 94305 U.S.A.
@Rising costs and restrictions on the use of research funds for printing reports
have made it necessary to charge for reports at their replacement cost. By doing
so, we will be able to reprint popular reports rather than simply declaring them
"out of print". Microfiche on the other hand is available free of charge.
@Please note that when ordering, we would appreciate it greatly if you would
NOT send any money with the order.
Many of the older listings have only a few copies left, and we only
want to charge you for
what is actually sent. Please just send the request for the reports you want,
and an invoice will be sent to you along with the reports.
@Alternatively, reports that are out-of-stock at Stanford University may be ordered
(for a nominal fee), in either hard copy or microfiche form, from:
National Technical Information Service
P. O. Box 1553
Springfield, Virginia 22161
If there is no NTIS number given, then they may or may not have the report.
In requesting copies in this case, give them both the Stanford report number
and the group number.
@Reports that are also Ph.D. theses have been so marked and, if out-of-stock at
Stanford University, may be ordered from:
P. O. Box 1346
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48106
They are available from University Microfilm in both hardcopy and microfiche.
↑* There are up to three numbers given for each listing (i, ii, iii):
(i) the "Computer Science" number is on the left, with the
form being "STAN-CS-yy-nnn", where "yy" is the last two digits of
the year of publication and "nnn" the report numbers;
(ii) any group number (i.e. AIM, TR, DOE, SLAC, etc.) is in the
(iii) a NTIS stock number (often beginning "AD...") on the right,
with the code "NAN" in that slot meaning "not at NTIS".