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ePrint

(1) See HP ePrint.

(2) (Electronic PRINT) A digital version of a document.
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All other persons were advised to submit their papers to Cornell E-Print Archive (known as arXiv.
Apple iOS device via a Wi-Fi network as well as e-print, allowing users to
Reprints: Authors will receive one free copy of the issue in which their paper appears and an e-print in PDF format.
The Group has established a joint venture, E-Print Solutions, in Malaysia, and operates eight stores there.
The new equipment utilizes the latest in print technology including HP's e-Print, Quick Sets for one-touch workflows, and HP EveryPage with ultrasonic technology.
The integrated wireless feature lets us print from multiple PCs anywhere in the home, and the e-print technology assigns an e-mail address to the printer allowing users to e-mail documents directly to the D110a for printing from any location.
People should be able to make an e-print from their mobile phones.
We are moving away from the comfortable, traditional world of printed, bound journals, in which the reader sits alone and thumbs through a journal, into the potentially boundless, interactive world of E-print.
All the more so when a brave writer leaps into e-print with his '50 Greatest Liverpool Players' on a national newspaper's website, as happened this week.
Indigo E-Print 1000+ graphic designer's companion, Adams-Harmon Graphics Press, ISBN 10: 0964255251, Chicago
As the use of the Web for the distribution of preprints amongst the scientific community became the norm then the term eprint or e-print has been adopted for preprints (or postprints) which are available electronically.
The Web has become an extremely important medium of research and education as a primary means of disseminating research findings and information through digital libraries and electronic documents such as e-journals, e-print archives and online conference proceedings (Noruzi, 2004).