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About DROPS

DROPS in a nutshell...

 

Dagstuhl has been operating DROPS  - the Dagstuhl Research Online Publication Server - since 2004.
As an online publication server, it intrinsically enables very timely publication of and access to recent research results. DROPS complies with all formalities required by a publication server like


Furthermore, DROPS offers some additional services like


The series published via DROPS are

 

Dagstuhl also dissseminates its own publications via DROPS, e.g. the annual report:

Information for Editors / Authors

 

A new, high-quality series of international peer-reviewed conference proceedings in informatics is LIPIcs [1] . If you are interested in publishing your proceedings in  LIPIcs, please send an application [2] .

 

For our series LIPIcs, OASIcs, and LITES, we charge an article-processing charge (APC). For the remaining series, no fees are charged.

 

Contact for Publication

 

If you are interested in publishing computer science research results via DROPS, please contact Marc Herbstritt [3] .

Information for the Reader

 

Access


There are two possible entry points to access documents on DROPS:


Costs


Access to all documents on DROPS is free of charge.

Some Details about DROPS

 

Administration

 

Dagstuhl does not only all the necessary administrative work for the author...

=> Citability of the document is guaranteed.

 

Dagstuhl also accomplishes some additional services like

=> Findability of the documents is enhanced.

 

Server / Software

 

DROPS is based on the OPUS [4] software used for the documents- and publication server of the Online Publikationsverbund der Region Stuttgart. OPUS is the result of a research project funded by the German Research Net (Deutsches Forschungsnetz) and the Federal Department of Higher Education and Research (Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung).

Publishing with OPUS means: converting the electronic document to PDF (portable document format) and writing some meta data about it, which will be stored in Dublin Core [5] format using a mSQL-database. Retrieval will therefore have the typical functionality of other well known online databases - different search fields, truncation options, Boolean operators etc. The Library of Congress (LoC), the  Online Cataloging Library Center (OCLC) and a number of other national libraries like Die Deutsche Bibliothek (the german national library)  are engaged in Dublin Core during several projects. Dublin Core makes it possible to participate in ongoing developments concerning web based search engines and robots.

[from elib.uni-stuttgart.de/opus/doku/english/about_english.php, April 19, 2004;

and elib.uni-stuttgart.de/opus/doku/about.php April 19, 2004]

 

Format of the Documents


The only file format accepted for publication is currently PDF. This is to ensure long term availability of the document and conversion to future formats as well as conformance to collections of online publications by e.g. the  german national library.

Übersicht der Hyperlinks

[1]LIPIcs
[2]Antrag
[3]Marc Herbstritt
[4]http://elib.uni-stuttgart.de/opus/doku/english/about_english.php
[5]http://dublincore.org/


Scientific Administration

In case of questions, please contact:

Dr. Michael Wagner

Phone: + 49 (0)6871 / 905-200

E-Mail: michael.wagner(at)dagstuhl.de


About DROPS : Letzte Änderung 11.12.2017, 06:56 Uhr