Reasonable Use of Content Statement
Reasonable use of online journal and monograph content within Project Euclid allows users with appropriate access rights (see Collections, Titles, and Ordering Information) to view, download, save, and print full-text articles for personal use.
Regardless of an individual's access rights to content within this system, Project Euclid prohibits unreasonable use of any journal and monograph content. This prohibition applies to open access journals and monographs as well as content accessible only to subscribers. Unreasonable use includes but is not limited to (i) fee-for-service use of copies, (ii) the sale of copies, (iii) the systematic reproduction and distribution of copies to other persons, (iv) the bulk reproduction of content, including any systematic, automatic, or bulk downloads of full-text documents, or (v) the bulk distribution of copies to other persons.
Project Euclid reserves the right to deny access to any user who engages in unreasonable use of journal and monograph content.
If you believe you have been denied access because of this policy, and you wish access restored, please contact Project Euclid.
Users should also be aware that materials made available within Project Euclid are likely subject to additional restrictions placed on them by the copyright owner.
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Some publishers sell individual articles on a pay-per-view basis. Where available, a user can click the "Buy Article" button on the article abstract page, provide credit card information, and receive access to download the article once the payment is confirmed. Downloadable articles are non-refundable. If you do not receive your article after being charged, contact Project Euclid and we will supply you with an electronic copy of the article by email.
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Cornell University Library has developed an Archival Repository (CULAR), a service that preserves items in digital collections at the bit-level and over the long-term. The service includes a technical and administrative infrastructure and the necessary staff to support it. Project Euclid is depositing all content files into CULAR, ensuring their long-term preservation and safety at the bit level.
Project Euclid also provides technical support to those publishers who wish to participate with the preservation services CLOCKSS and Portico. Participation with these services requires an agreement with the copyright owner and is thus a decision of the publisher.
Project Euclid endorses the publishing recommendations developed by the International Mathematical Union's Committee for Electronic Information Communication (CEIC). Please see the latest recommendations on the CEIC website.