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Episciences IAM: un projet éditorial entre rupture et continuité

Abstract : With the launch of two scientific journals, Episciences IAM (Informatics and Applied Mathematics) is moving towards Overlay Journals. The idea is to publish scientific results labeled by the best journals. This contributes to Open Access publishing, for free and fair access. Within a technical platform, scientific contributions already in open archives are submitted to a process of evaluation and scientific validation. Designed as an inter-institutional research infrastructure, Episciences IAM project builds on the Episciences platform, developed and hosted by the CCSD of CNRS
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Gaëlle Riverieux, Alain Monteil, Laurent Romary, Jacques Millet, Hélène Lowinger. Episciences IAM: un projet éditorial entre rupture et continuité. Libre accès et recherche scientifique : vers de nouvelles valeurs, Nov 2014, Tunis, Tunisie. pp.15. ⟨hal-01100144⟩



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