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ICSTI: New Elsevier Facility

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  • From: Pete Strickland <ps@iucr.org>
  • Date: Wed, 16 Oct 2002 14:34:06 +0100 (BST)

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Another specialized repository from Elsevier Science, this Web site is a
 platform that provides access to many publications and research papers
 related to computer science. Full text is available for over 70 specialized
 journals. There are often promotions for journals that grant free online
 access for a trial period. This is the case for Applied Soft Computing,
 which is available to the public until 2003.

Other publications are sorted into categories such as computational
 intelligence, computer vision, information systems, and several more. The
 site also has a powerful article submission section. Authors can select a
 journal that is similar to their article's topic, and the submission process
 for that journal is displayed. Electronic submission is included, if

Another view of the future?? Is this one of the ways that Open Access will
 manifest itself? At our meeting planned for January 23 and 24 in Paris we
 hope to discuss this and many other aspects of Open Access and what it means
 and will mean for STI.

Bye, Barry



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