Monday, July 17, 2006

Project Euclid

Due to limited subscriptions, I often write to my friend Ms. Josiane Moll,
who was the librarian at the Institute of Theoretical Physics, University
of Lausanne when I was a post-doc there, to send me copies of papers.
Recently I needed one from Communications in Mathematical Physics
and she sent it to me, and also informed me of this wonderful new service
called Project Euclid and I quote from their page:

Project Euclid is a user-centered initiative to create an environment for the effective and affordable distribution of serial literature in mathematics and statistics. Project Euclid is designed to address the unique needs of independent and society journals through a collaborative partnership with scholarly publishers, professional societies, and academic libraries.

In particular, one can now download free all papers upto 1996 from Comm. Math. Phys..

I wonder if there is such a service in physics as well.

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