The following databases are a good starting point for research in robotic software engineering. Go to A-Z Databases to see our full list of databases for robotic software engineering and other disciplines.
The following search strategies can be used in Library OneSearch and in the majority of our library databases:
Boolean Operators (AND, OR, NOT):
Truncation (*): The asterisk (*) replaces any number of characters and will find all forms of a word root. For example, comput* will find computer, computers, computing, computation, computational, etc.
Grouping Keywords: Use parentheses ( ) around your search terms to group them together. For example, the search ("intellectual property" OR patents) AND Microsoft will search for resources that mention Microsoft and either intellectual property or patents.