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SLAC Library Databases and Documents

Welcome to the SLAC-SPIRES Information Retrieval System

Listed are the SLAC Library databases and documents of interest to the high-energy physics community. The databases are maintained under SPIRES - the Stanford Public Information REtrieval System. If a caretaker of a particular database or document is not listed, please address your comments to: library@slac.stanford.edu

The following Library databases are currently accessible to WWW users:

SLAC Library book catalog. See also the list of books received in the last four weeks, or 'clickable' subject lists, A through K and L through Z, for the BOOKS database.
HEP Preprints, e-Prints, Articles:
HEP preprint database. Contains bibliographic summaries of more than 335,000 particle physics papers. Included are preprints, journal articles, technical reports, theses, etc. Searchable by author, title, report number, institution, collaboration, and more. Find citations of your favorite author or article. View postscript versions of selected preprints, read abstracts of the e-print archive papers. Need more help?
Recent e-Prints:
Useful in searching for recent high-energy physics e-prints from the Los Alamos archives, perhaps not yet covered by the HEP database. Find abstracts and viewable postscript of articles posted today, yesterday, in the last seven days, in the week before that, or anytime. Preferred access to older e-prints is through the HEP preprint database (above).
World-wide e-mail directory of persons related to particle physics. Includes SLAC physicists, personnel.
Past and future particle physics conferences. Find the list of this month's, or next month's, or next year's conferences, or cover the period Jul-Sep 1996, or Oct-Dec 1996, or Jan-Mar 1997, or Apr-Jun 1997, or Jul-Sep 1997, or make your own search. To announce a new HEP-related conference, please write to: conf@slac.stanford.edu
Addresses, phone and fax numbers of high-energy physics institutions. See also the SPIRES list of HEP institutions with WWW servers.
Experiments in high-energy physics (source for the PDG LBL-91 Report). See also the Experiments Online document.
Glossary of SLAC and HEP-related acronyms and terms.

HEP-related documents maintained by the Library staff:

List of new preprints currently displayed in the Library. See also the last week's list.
New from SLAC Authors:
List of the most recent preprints and reports by SLAC authors.
Top Cited HEP Papers:
The 1996/97 version of the list of top cited HEP papers.
SLAC Library News:
The Web version of the Library News weekly publication.
Nobel Lauerates in Physics 1901-1996:
The 1996 version of the list of Nobel Prize winners.
Particle Physics Online:
A guide to online catalogs, databases, and directories of value to the particle physics community.

Some Other SLAC-SPIRES Databases

Meetings, colloquia and seminars of interest to the broader high-energy physics community with entries for SLAC and Stanford University, along with other academic and industrial facilities in the area including Berkeley, Lockheed, San Francisco and Santa Cruz. Find seminars for today, tomorrow, all future dates, or make your own search.
SLAC Phone Book:
SLAC phone book with e-mail addresses, room numbers, mail-stop codes.
A collection of software and information about software which is useful in high-energy physics. You can also browse an alphabetical subject area, or go to the FreeHEP Home-page.
Data from the Review of Particle Physics (RPP). This database is no longer available at SLAC. Please visit the LBL Particle Data Group (PDG) WWW server, where you can find the full-text postscript version of the latest edition of the RPP. To search the corresponding database, use Telnet to reach the PDG public access account at MUSE.LBL.GOV (or Login as PDG_PUBLIC. Another PDG database formerly maintained in SPIRES, the Reaction Data, is now available at the HEPDATA server in Durham.

SPIRES Information Service Elsewhere

Stanford FOLIO:
Log on to the Stanford campus FOLIO information system. May be used only by those who have the Stanford ID number and the PIN access code. (SLAC employees can get the PIN by calling 725-8181).

HG, SLAC. Last update: 6 Jan 1997