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Evolution of the mathematical collection of the Polish virtual library of science. (English) Zbl 1205.01020
Summary: The Mathematical Collection of the Polish Virtual Library of Science is an open access repository of Polish mathematical papers. The work on this project started 8 years ago and at present 12,500 articles and 54 books are available in the collection. Statistical analysis of use of the webpage clearly shows the advantages of online publishing of scientific works. Currently, we are preparing the migration of the Mathematical Collection to a new platform for electronic publishing called YADDA. This platform, developed at ICM UW, offers an excellent solution for Open Access paradigm of content publishing, and will ensure improved access to the Mathematical Collection.

01A65 Development of contemporary mathematics
68-03 History of computer science
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[1] The Polish Virtual Library of Science–Mathematical Collection. http://matwbn.icm.edu.pl · Zbl 1205.01020
[2] Virtual Library of Science. http://yadda.icm.edu.pl
[3] Roman Duda: Lwowska Szkoła Matematyczna. Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Wrocławskiego, Wrocław. ISBN 978-83-229-2868-4 (2007)
[4] Kazimierz Kuratowski: Pół wieku matematyki polskiej 1920–1970. Ksia\.zka i Wiedza, Warszawa (1973)
[5] Journals and Serials published by Institute of Mathematics Polish Academy of Sciences. http://journals.impan.gov.pl/
[6] Stefan Banach Wortal. http://banach.univ.gda.pl/archiwalia.html
[7] Golat Rafał: Prawo autorskie i prawa pokrewne. Skrypty Becka, Wydawnictwo Beck C.H., ISBN 978-83-7483-866-5, Poland (2008)
[8] Acta Biochimica Polonica. http://www.actabp.pl
[9] DeskLight. http://tiki.icm.edu.pl/tiki-index.php?page=DeskLight
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