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ePrint

(1) See HP ePrint.

(2) (Electronic PRINT) A digital version of a document.
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1 million records: Astronomy and Astrophysics, Physics, and arXiv e-prints.
Contract notice: Publishing, postage and delivery of letters of indebtedness in the project adicar (dynamic administration and e-prints and receipt).
E-prints are typically made available in one of the primary four ways: (1) the author's personal Website; (2) a disciplinary archive that includes works by authors worldwide about one or more subjects; (3) an institutional e-print archive that includes e-prints by authors in a single academic unit, such as a department, or the entire institution; or (4) an institutional repository that includes diverse types of digital works (e.
Article reprint orders of 500 copies or more or e-prints can be made through Pars International at (212) 221-9595, or e-mail: reprints@parsintl.
Whereas researchers used to hold off distributing preprints until their work had been peer-reviewed and accepted for publication, many of the e-prints on astro-ph appear as soon as they're submitted to a journal or, in some cases, as soon as they're drafted.
This collection includes patent information, technical reports from NASA, e-prints from CogPrints and E-Prints ArXiv, and material from RePEc (Research Papers in Economics).
The Association of Research Libraries (ARL) announced the availability of Open Access Bibliography: Liberating Scholarly Literature with E-Prints and Open Access Journals (ISBN: 1-59407-670-7, 129 pp.
Si bien tiene sus origenes en la transferencia de la comunicacion academica, que es la piedra angular de su trabajo al facilitar el acceso a e-prints, su labor tiende a independizarse del tipo de contenido y de los mecanismos economicos que lo rodean y promete una relevancia creciente en la facilitacion del acceso a un rango amplio de materiales digitales.
to upload and enhance their collections with their own digital materials such as e-prints, product information, research reports, patents, proposals, government documents, competitive intelligence, and more.
The arXiv e-prints (mentioned below) are versions of papers that normally have already been accepted for later publication in the journals.
During the session titled "The Role of Unpublished Research in the Scholarly Communication of Scientists: Digital Preprints and Bioinformation Databases," Travis Brookes of SPIRES argued that e-prints have become the published works in high-energy physics because citations show that's where the action is.
Some user communities that surround the library are producers of digital content, including research data, dissertations, e-prints, and computer-assisted teaching materials.