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Re: [BOAI] PubMed and self-archiving
From: Bernard Lang <Bernard.Lang AT inria.fr>
A friend of mine wrote a search engine specialized in mathematical papers. I do not have more information, but you can try to reach him at Stefane Fermigier <sf AT fermigier.com> Cordialement Bernard Lang On Thu, Aug 28, 2003 at 11:25:25PM -0500, Thomas Krichel wrote: > David Prosser writes > > > It struck me that it would encourage life sciences authors to > > self-archive if there was also a link from the PubMed record to the > > self-archived version of the paper. > > I am working on a related project that tries to find the full > text of papers of papers that are anywhere on the web from the > title data only. I have a running implementation for computer > science papers. If this method is succesful (I am at an early > stage of this work), it could certainly be applied to PubMed > title data. It would be a cost effective, though not 100% > guaranteed way to link to the full text. > > Cheers, > > Thomas Krichel mailto:krichel AT openlib.org > visiting CO PAH, Novosibirsk http://openlib.org/home/krichel > RePEc:per:1965-06-05:thomas_krichel > > -- Non aux Brevets Logiciels - No to Software Patents SIGNEZ http://petition.eurolinux.org/ SIGN Bernard.Lang AT inria.fr ,_ /\o \o/ Tel +33 1 3963 5644 http://pauillac.inria.fr/~lang/ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Fax +33 1 3963 5469 INRIA / B.P. 105 / 78153 Le Chesnay CEDEX / France Je n'exprime que mon opinion - I express only my opinion CAGED BEHIND WINDOWS or FREE WITH LINUX
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