However, when a scholar or researcher is being assessed for promotion or tenure, preprints
are not weighed heavily unless it becomes the part of a peer-reviewed publication.
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offered high-quality color on glossy paper.
Starting in January 2004, AIDS Treatment News is moving to a system of publishing drafts or preprints
of articles online as news happens, then publishing these stories monthly in the print edition.
can be ordered by completing the appropriate portion of the conference registration form.
That venture, which posts physics preprints
, thrived to become the benchmark for later electronic preprint
That many fewer resort to postal distribution of their preprints
in 1999 is a sign of the success and timeliness of Ginsparg's initiative, which has grown in acceptance, size, and comprehensiveness.
a Southern California-based provider of alternative distribution services for advertising preprints
, Japan (English Edition) Every polymer scientist knows the Polymer Preprints
of the American Chemical Society and looks forward to their reception, twice a year, in April and August.
Google Scholar enables searches for scholarly literature, including peer-reviewed papers, theses, books, preprints
, abstracts and technical reports from all broad areas of research.
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But no sooner had Chu begun circulating preprints
on the work than chemists joined the fray.
The index now contains over 107 million science specific pages, with new full-text additions like NASA reports, CogPrints pre- and postprints, and preprints
from the Chemistry and Mathematics Preprint