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World-Wide Web and computer science reports


With the advent of the World-Wide Web, computing professionals have eagerly pursued the idea of moving from a paper-based technical report service to one that employs networked information systems. Many departments keep some version of their reports on an FTP server to help with this process. To facilitate access to CS reports a number of sites have set up lists of these archives (see sidebar).

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