Eprint

In academic publishing, an eprint is a digital version of a research document (usually a journal article, but could also be a thesis, conference paper, book chapter, or a book) that is accessible online, whether from a local institutional, or a central (subject- or discipline-based) digital repository.

When applied to journal articles, the term "eprints" (or "e-prints") covers both preprints (before peer review) and postprints (after peer review).

Digital versions of materials other than research documents are not usually called e-prints, but some other name, such as e-books.

Other articles related to "eprints, eprint":

Benjamin Peirce - Works
... Google Eprints of successive editions 1837–1873 ... Google Eprints of successive editions 1840–1862 ... Google Eprint of 1855 edition ...
Cryptology EPrint Archive
... The Cryptology ePrint Archive is an electronic archive (eprint) of new results in the field of cryptography, maintained by the International Association for Cryptologic Research ...
Chauncey Wright - Publications
... Wright, Chauncey (1857), "The Winds and the Weather" (review of books on physical geography and climatology, accompanied by some philosophical observations), Proceedings of the British Association for the Advancement of Science ... Eprint ...
Benjamin Ives Gilman
... He was the author of "Operations in Relative Number with Applications to the Theory of Probabilities", Studies in Logic (1883), C ... S ...