E-print Network

E-print Network

 

Collection Descriptions

E-prints on Subject Web Sites

  • Coverage: provided by each unique Web site crawled (over 2.5 million documents)
  • Description: The E-prints on Subject Web Sites collections contain electronic scientific and technical information created by scientists and research engineers active in their respective fields. These collections are intended for use by other scientists, engineers, and students at advanced levels in basic and applied sciences. Subject categories are Biology and Medicine; Biotechnology; Chemistry; Computer Technologies and Information Sciences; Energy Storage, Conversion and Utilization; Engineering; Environmental Management and Restoration Technologies; Environmental Sciences and Ecology; Fission and Nuclear Technologies; Fossil Fuels; Geosciences; Materials Science; Mathematics; Physics; Plasma Physics and Fusion; Power Transmission, Distribution and Plants; and Renewable Energy.
  • Access: Browsable by subject area via the Subject Pathways; Searchable by subject and full text.  Date searching is ignored.
  • Source: Over 35,000 websites where researchers have made their e-prints available for use by their colleagues and by advanced students. A link to the associated researcher's home page is provided with each citation retrieved through the "Researcher Website" link.

Databases

arXiv

ArXiv is an e-print service in the fields of physics, mathematics, non-linear science, computer science, and quantitative biology covering over 454,000 documents.  Originally began by Paul Ginsparg at DOE's Los Alamos National Laboratory, arXiv is owned, operated and funded by Cornell University, a private not-for-profit educational institution.  ArXiv is also partially funded by the National Science Foundation.

Biology

Quantitative Biology e-Print Archive (arXiv) *
  • Coverage: 1992 to present
  • Description: The quantitative biology archive was introduced September 15, 2003 to serve researchers in mathematics, computer science, the physical sciences, and biology who are contributing toward making biology a quantitative science.  Current subjects include Biomolecules; Cell Behavior; Genomics; Molecular Networks; Neurons and Cognition; Other; Populations and Evolution; Quantitative Methods; Subcellular Processes; and Tissues and Organs.
  • Access: Browsable by year and subject; Searchable by year, author, title, and abstract
  • Source: ArXiv.org  is owned, operated and funded by Cornell University, a private not-for-profit educational institution, and also partially funded by the National Science Foundation

Computer Technologies & Information Sciences

CiteSeerX
  • Coverage: CiteseerX currently has over two million documents accessible that were accumulated by crawling and harvesting academic and scientific documents on the public web. CiteSeerX is now built on an open source infrastructure.
  • Description: CiteSeer was developed in 1997 at the NEC Research Institute, Princeton, New Jersey, by Steve Lawrence, Lee Giles and Kurt Bollacker. The service moved to the Pennsylvania State University's College of Information Sciences and Technology in 2003. The repository focuses primarily on scientific and academic papers in computer and information sciences. It is funded by the National Science Foundation, NASA, and Microsoft Research.
  • Access: http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/
  • Source: Led by Lee Giles the service is provided thru the Pennsylvania State University's College of Information Sciences and Technology.
The Computing Research Repository (CoRR) (arXiv) *
  • Coverage: 1993 to present
  • Description: The Computing Research Repository (CoRR) provides access to e-prints in areas including Architecture; Artificial Intelligence; Computation and Language; Computational Complexity; Computational Engineering, Finance, and Science; Computational Geometry; Computer Science and Game Theory; Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition; Computers and Society; Cryptography and Security; Data Structures and Algorithms; Databases; Digital Libraries; Discrete Mathematics; Distributed, Parallel, and Cluster Computing; General Literature; Graphics; Human Computer Interaction; Information Retrieval; Learning; Logic in Computer Science; Mathematical Software; Multiagent Systems; Multimedia; Networking and Internet Architecture; Neural and Evolutionary Computing; Numerical Analysis; Operating Systems; Other; Performance; Programming Languages; Robotics; Software Engineering; Sound; and Symbolic Computation.
  • Access: Browsable by year and subject; Searchable by year, author, title, and abstract
  • Source: Sponsored by ACM, the arXiv.org e-Print archive, NCSTRL (Networked Computer Science Technical Reference Library), and AAAI; ArXiv is owned, operated and funded by Cornell University, a private not-for-profit educational institution, and also partially funded by the National Science Foundation
E-LIS, E-prints in Library and Information Science
  • Coverage: 1988 to present, with some earlier items
  • Description: E-LIS is an open access archive for scientific or technical documents, published or unpublished, on Librarianship, Information Science and Technology, and related areas.
  • Access: Browsable by author or editor, book or journal title, subject, country, year, and latest additions; Searchable by full text, title, authors, abstract, keywords, subjects, eprint type, conference, department, editors, language, references, status, whether refereed, publication, and year.
  • Source: E-LIS
Glasgow, University of – Computing Science
  • Coverage: 1969 to present
  • Description: Publications published by members of the Computing Science Department.
  • Access: Browsable by collections, DCS Technical Reports, year; searchable by title, author, individual year.
  • Source: Computing Science – Research (University of Glasgow)
University of Southampton, Electronics and Computer Science
  • Coverage: 1965 to present
  • Description: The School of Electronics and Computer Science at the University of Southampton is one of the world's leading centers for research, teaching, enterprise and innovation in electronic, electrical engineering and computer science. Southampton researchs have made an outstanding contribution to the development of these subjects over the years and continue to lead the world in areas such as agent-based computing, microelectronics, fibre optics, and the development of the Grid.
  • Access: Browsable archive by research group or by year; check new additions or set up RSS feed; Searchable by year, author/editor, title, abstract full text, keywords, research project, research group, document type, conference/event title, publication, stage of publications process, whether refereed, or whether full text publicly available online, and publication.
  • Source: The School consistently achieves the highest ratings for both its research and teaching (5* in both Computer Science and Electrical and Electronic Engineering in RAE 2001, and now rated 6* by HEFCE); it holds some of the country's largest research council grants, and it has collaborations and partnerships with leading companies and agencies around the world. ECS EPrints Service

Environmental Sciences and Ecology

Orinthological Research Archive (SORA)
  • Coverage: Seven ornithological journals between 1884 and 2002 with date range depending on journal
  • Description: articles from the journals Auk (1884-1999), Condor (1899-2000), Journal of Field Ornithology (1930-1999), North American Bird Bander (1976-2000), Pacific Coast Avifauna (1900-1974), Studies in Avian Biology (1978-1999), Wilson Bulletin (1889-1999), and (browsable, not searchable) Ornitologica Neotropical (1990-2002).
  • Access: Browsable by journal and (for journals with many volumes) by volume and issue; searchable by full text, keyword/subject, author, title, year range.
  • Source: Orinthological Research Archive (SORA)

Institutional Repositories & Multidisciplinary Collections

Australian National University
  • Coverage: 1987 to present
  • Description: ANU Eprints is an electronic archival database for research literature.  ANU use the internationally accepted open standards, of the Open Archives Initiative.  The database is available via the web.
  • Access: Browsable archive by subject and year; Searchable by year, author, title, and publication.
  • Source: ANU Eprints material is accepted only from ANU staff and students.
Blekinge Institute of Technology – Electronic Research Archive
  • Coverage: 1990 to present
  • Description: The research at BTH spans across a diversity of subject areas, from technology to planning, humanities, business administration and health. The common characteristic for the research is the profile on applied IT.
  • Access: Browsable by author, title, subject, type, department and title, and department and author; Searchable by title, author, abstract, year, language (all, English, Swedish), document type.
  • Source: Electronic Research Archive - Blekinge Institute of Technology
Bristol, University of – IRIS Publications
  • Coverage: c. 1990 to present
  • Description: Electronic version of academic papers written by members of the University, with other types of locally-created web-accessible documents eventually to be added.
  • Access: Via ROSE (Repository of Scholarly Eprints), browsable by research community, title, author, and date; Searchable by publication number, old IRIS reference, department name, and author name, and (via ROSE) searchable by broader research area, publication status, document type, keyword, author, title, subject, abstract, series, sponsor, identifier.
  • Source: University of Bristol Repository of Scholarly Eprints (ROSE), University of Bristol Integrated Research Information System (IRIS)
California, University of – eScholarship Repository
  • Coverage: The majority of documents in the eScholarship Repository have been published this century but contributors can submit older documents. Subject content reflects the research interest of the Universities within the system.
  • Description: eScholarship repository provides access to scholarly documents produced by faculty and students within the University of California throughout its many campuses. The content is based on self-submission by individual faculty members or collectively submitted by Departments, Centers, and other research units within the University system. Well over 60,000 items are currently available for retrieval.
  • Access: Searchable and cab be browsed at http://escholarship.org/
  • Source: California Digital Library. (Est. 1997)
Cambridge, University of
  • Coverage: DSpace@Cambridge was established as part of a three-year project running from 2003–2005. However the collection features many items predating its establishment.
  • Description: DSpace@Cambridge is the institutional repository of the University of Cambridge. The repository was established to facilitate the deposit of digital content of a scholarly or heritage nature, allowing academics and their departments at the University a means to facilitate both dissemination and preservation of this digital content. While there is much content in this collection is not eprints, a great number of these important and timely documents are accessible.
  • Access: Searchable and can be browsed at http://www.dspace.cam.ac.uk/advanced-search
  • Source: A strategic service of the University of Cambridge, Dspace@Cambridge is managed jointly by Cambridge University Library and the University Computing Service.
Drexel University (iDEA)
  • Coverage: iDEA began in 2006 though many earlier items are also available.
  • Description: iDEA is a centralized virtual space designed to house and disseminate the digital resources produced by members of the Drexel community. Administered by the Drexel Libraries, iDEA is committed to providing permanent open access to the digital works of Drexel University.
  • Access: Searchable and can be browsed at http://idea.library.drexel.edu/
  • Source: Drexel University Libraries
Edinburgh, University of – Research Archive
  • Coverage: c. 1990 to present, plus few earlier items
  • Description: Full-text digital Theses and Dissertations, book chapters, journal pre-prints and peer-reviewed journal reprints.
  • Access: Browsable by communities and collections, title, author, and date; Searchable by keyword, author, title, subject, abstract, series, sponsor, and identifier.
  • Source: Edinburgh Research Archive
Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Coverage: 1931 to present
  • Description: SMARTech, or Scholarly Materials And Research @ Georgia Tech , is a repository for the capture of the intellectual output of the Institute in support of its teaching and research missions.
  • Access: Browsable by communities and collections, title, author, and date; Searchable by community, keyword, author, title, subject, abstract, series, sponsor, and identifier.
  • Source: SMARTech
HAL Archives
  • Coverage: While some documents date from the 18th century, this collection began in earnest about 2004.
  • Description: HAL is a multi-disciplinary open access archive for the deposit and dissemination of scientific research papers, whether they are published or not, and for PhD dissertations. While the greatest part of the collection are documents from research institutions in France, the database is by no means so limited. Over 230,000 full text documents are available.
  • Access: Searchable at http://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/index.php?halsid=5cph9sk5lk6ch69epnftqg21k2&action_todo=search&s_type=advanced
  • Source: Centre pour la communication scientifique directe, CNRS
Harvard University DASH
  • Coverage: First documents were submitted in 2004 and most documents date from that time or later. Nonetheless, many older documents have been subsequently deposited and are now available.
  • Description: DASH (Digital Access to scholarship at Harvard) is Harvard University’s central service for sharing and preserving professional work by its faculty. The collection is based on author self-submitted scholarly journal articles as well as manuscripts and other media. Over 12000 items are available for download.
  • Access: Searching is available at http://dash.harvard.edu/advanced-search
  • Source: Harvard University, Office for Scholarly Communication
Kyoto University Research Information Repository
  • Coverage: Over 140,000 items have been accumulated a great many of which predate the advent of eprints.
  • Description: Kyoto University Research Information Repository (KURENAI) contains peer-reviewed journal articles, dissertations, departmental bulletin papers and other kinds of scholarly works of Kyoto University. While a great deal of the collection is in Japanese, the English language content is substantial and will be of interest to English users.
  • Access: Kyoto University Research Information Repository
  • Source: Kyoto University Library
Maryland, University of – Research Repository (DRUM)
  • Coverage: This is an Institutional Repository with about 13000 items; some are full text while others are not.
  • Description: DRUM is the Digital Repository at the University of Maryland. There are three types of materials in the collection: faculty-deposited documents, a Library-managed collection of University of Maryland theses and dissertations, and technical reports. The collection contains a mixture of full text documents and bibliographic records.
  • Access: Searching available at http://drum.lib.umd.edu/. Advanced searching at http://drum.lib.umd.edu/advanced-search.
  • Source: University Libraries, University of Maryland
MIT – DSpace
  • Coverage: earliest items date from 1873; to present
  • Description: a digital repository created to capture, distribute and preserve the intellectual output of MIT.
  • Access: Browsable by communities/collections, titles, authors, date; searchable by communities, keywords, authors, titles, subject, abstract, thesis advisor (theses only), department (theses only), series, sponsor, identifier.
  • Source: DSpace
Optimization Online
  • Coverage: 2000 to present
  • Description: a repository of eprints about optimization and related topics.
  • Access: Browsable by area, date; Searchable via single search box by authors, title, keywords, journal, or anything else.
  • Source: Optimization Online
Pennsylvania, University of – ScholarlyCommons@Penn
  • Coverage: This institutional repository was initiated in early 2004 as a pilot project with the School of Engineering and Applied Science. Most documents in this collection date from this time.
  • Description: The ScholarlyCommons Repository is a collection of the scholarly output of researchers at the University of Pennsylvania. Administered by the Penn Libraries, ScholarlyCommons contains materials chosen by participating units – departments, schools, centers, institutes, etc.– at the University of Pennsylvania.
    Over 20,000 items are available with varying full text availabilities
  • Access: Searchable at http://repository.upenn.edu/
  • Source: University of Pennsylvania, Penn Libraries
Southampton, University of – (e-Prints Soton)
  • Coverage: e-Prints Soton began in 2001.
  • Description: ECS was the first academic institution in the world to adopt a self-archiving mandate. All the research output of all members of the School is available and fully searchable in the online repository. The repository features over 100,000 items.
  • Access: Searchable at http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/cgi/search/advanced
  • Source: University of Southampton Library
Texas University – TxSpace
  • Coverage: 1984 to present (plus few earlier documents)
  • Description: the digital repository of Texas A&M University research.
  • Access: Browsable by communities/collections, titles, authors, date; Searchable by communities, authors, titles, subject, abstract, series, sponsor, identifier, department, discipline, date submitted, degree level.
  • Source: TxSpace

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University of Kansas – KU ScholarWorks
  • Coverage: 1975 to present
  • Description: KU ScholarWorks is a digital repository for scholarly work created by the faculty and staff of the University of Kansas. KU ScholarWorks makes important research available to a wider audience and helps assure its long-term preservation.
  • Access: Browsable by communities/collections, titles, authors, date; searchable by communities, keywords, authors, titles, subject, abstract, series, sponsor, identifier.
  • Source: KU ScholarWorks
University of Pennsylvania – ScholarlyCommons@Penn
  • Coverage: 1945 to present
  • Description: a repository of the research and scholarly output of researchers at the University of Pennsylvania, administered by the Penn Library.
  • Access: Browsable by research unit/center or department, personal researcher pages, dissertations, author, frequently downloaded papers, or most recent papers; Searchable by full text, keyword, subject area, first name, last name, institution, corporate author, date, title, abstract, publication title.
  • Source: ScholarlyCommons@Penn

Mathematics

CECM Preprint Server
  • Coverage: 1993 to present
  • Description: The CECM Preprint Catalog acts as a reference and access point for the preprints of the CECM community. The CECM is actively involved in many forms of publication, including as authors and editors of book series and journals, on-line proceedings, digital journals, preprints and articles, and leading edge interactive books. Research areas include Technology, Symbolic Computation, Complexity Issues And Computational Phenomena, Numerical Computation, Computational Classical Analysis, Computational Modern and Applied Analysis, Computational Number Theory, Scientific Computation, Advanced Collaborative Network Technologies, Digital Information Projects and Services, Visualization of Mathematics, and Philosophy of Visualization and Experimental Mathematics.
  • Access: Browsable by year; Searchable by keyword
  • Source: Centre for Experimental & Constructive Mathematics in the Department of Mathematics at Simon Fraser University located at SFU's Burnaby Campus in British Columbia, Canada
Hopf Algebraic Topology Archive
  • Coverage: 1993 to present
  • Description: The Hopf Algebraic Topology Archive is a preprint server for papers in algebraic topology intended for the direct personal academic use of the mathematical community. The site is maintained by Clarence Wilkerson. Downloads are accessible by both anonymous FTP and HTTP. The DVI files were contributed directly by the authors. The Purdue Department of Mathematics consists of professors who are actively involved in the latest developments of every major area of mathematics.
  • Access: Browsable by month and year; Searchable by author and title
  • Source: Mathematics Department at Purdue University in West Layfayette, IN
K-Theory Preprint Archives
  • Coverage: 1993 to present
  • Description: This is a searchable collection of preprints submitted by the authors. K-theory is a branch of mathematics, which brings together ideas from algebraic geometry, linear algebra, and number theory. In general, there are two main types of K-theory: topological and algebraic. The collection is maintained by Daniel R. Grayson and Rick Jardine.
  • Access: Browsable by preprint number; Searchable by bibliography
  • Source: Department of Mathematics at the University of Illinois in Urbana, IL
Mathematics e-Print Archive (arXiv)*
  • Coverage: 1992 to present
  • Description: The math archive was introduced on December 1, 1997 with the purpose of facilitating growth to areas of mathematics not covered by the current archive structure. Authors must include a subject class header. Current subjects include Algebraic Geometry; Algebraic Topology; Analysis of PDEs; Category Theory; Classical Analysis and ODEs; Combinatorics; Commutative Algebra; Complex Variables; Differential Geometry; Dynamical Systems; Functional Analysis; General Mathematics; General Topology; Geometric Topology; Group Theory; History and Overview; K-Theory and Homology; Logic; Mathematical Physics; Metric Geometry; Number Theory; Numerical Analysis; Operator Algebras; Optimization and Control; Probability Theory; Quantum Algebra; Representation Theory; Rings and Algebras; Spectral Theory; and Symplectic Geometry.
  • Access: Browsable by year and subject; Searchable by year, author, title, and abstract
  • Source: ArXiv is owned, operated and funded by Cornell University, a private not-for-profit educational institution, and also partially funded by the National Science Foundation
Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences Preprints
  • Coverage: 1997 to present
  • Description: This preprint server makes the preprints of the Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences available. The Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences, founded in 1995, is concerned with mathematical challenges, which arise through theoretical questions in the natural sciences. The institute does research in Algebraic geometry and number theory, Arithmetic algebraic geometry, Automorphic forms, Algebraic groups and arithmetic subgroups, Representation theory, Singularities, Complex analysis, Algebraic topology, Differential topology, Differential geometry, and Mathematical physics. The MPI preprint series consists of papers written while at the Max Planck Institute.
  • Access: Browsable at http://www.mis.mpg.de/preprints/ by year, author, and keyword; Searchable at http://www.mpim-bonn.mpg.de/html/preprints/preprints.html by author, title, number, and year
  • Source: Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences located in Leipzig, Germany
Sonderforschungsbereich 288 (SFB 288) Differential Geometry and Quantum Physics
  • Coverage: 1992 to present
  • Description: The Sfb 288 is a special research project funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, which is the central public funding organization for academic research in Germany. Its emphasis lies in promoting close cooperation between mathematicians and physicists, working on common problems in the fields of differential geometry and quantum physics. The Sfb is spread over 4 institutes of higher education located in Berlin, the Technische Universität Berlin being the speaker institution. The research at the Sfb falls within 5 main areas of interest including Differential Geometry and Classical Mechanics, Elliptical Operators in Geometry and Physics, Discretization in Geometry and Physics, Analysis of Quantum Mechanical Systems, and Geometry and Algebraic Quantum Field Theory.
  • Access: Browsable by number; Searchable at by author, title, number, and abstract
  • Source: Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft which is the central public funding organization for academic research in Germany located in Berlin

Nonlinear Sciences

Nonlinear Sciences e-Print Archive *
  • Coverage: 1991 to present
  • Description: This is a fully automated e-print archive for the nonlinear science community.
  • Access: Browsable by year; Searchable by year, author, title, and abstract
  • Source: ArXiv is owned, operated and funded by Cornell University, a private not-for-profit educational institution, and also partially funded by the National Science Foundation

Physics

Astrophysics e-Print Archive (arXiv) *
  • Coverage: 1992 to present
  • Description: This e-print archive contains documents relating to astrophysics from April 1992 forward.
  • Access: Browsable by year; Searchable by year, author, title, and abstract
  • Source: ArXiv is owned, operated and funded by Cornell University, a private not-for-profit educational institution, and also partially funded by the National Science Foundation
CERN Preprints Document Server
  • Coverage: 1979 to present
  • Description: The CERN Document Server provides a searchable Web interface to a database of preprints, photographs, books, reports and other types of documents kept by the CERN Library and various CERN Divisions and Experiments. As of May 2002, the database contained more than 550,000 total bibliographic records with more than 220,000 total full text documents. Over 260,000 preprints and over 150,000 published articles are available through the site. These documents are of interest to people working in particle physics and related areas.
  • Access: Browsable by collection; Searchable by collection, title, author, report number, and year
  • Source: CERN European Organization for Nuclear Research located in Geneva, Switzerland
Condensed Matter e-Print Archive (arXiv) *
  • Coverage: 1992 to present
  • Description: This e-print archive contains documents relating to condensed matter from April 1992 forward. This archive contains these subject classes: Disordered Systems and Neural Networks, Materials Science, Mesoscopic Systems and Quantum Hall Effect, Soft Condensed Matter, Statistical Mechanics, Strongly Correlated Electrons, and Superconductivity.
  • Access: Browsable by year and subject; Searchable by year, author, title, and abstract
  • Source: ArXiv is owned, operated and funded by Cornell University, a private not-for-profit educational institution, and also partially funded by the National Science Foundation
Cornell Nuclear Studies (CLEO) Preprints
  • Coverage: 1986 to present
  • Description: The CLEO collaboration is a team of over 150 high energy physicists from 25 universities studying the production and decay of beauty and charm quarks and tau leptons produced in the Cornell Electron Storage Ring.  The CLEO Preprints collection is composed of preprints and contributed papers.
  • Access: Browsable by year; Searchable by author, title, and full text.
  • Source: F.R. Newman Laboratory for Elementary-Particle Physics (LEPP), a research laboratory of the Cornell University Department of Physics.
General Atomic Fusion Group
  • Coverage:
  • Description: General Atomics was conceived in 1955 at San Diego, California for the purpose of harnessing the power of nuclear technologies for the benefit of mankind.  General Atomics' basic research into fission and fusion has matured into competence in many technologies, making GA and its affiliated companies one of the world's leading resources for high-technology systems development ranging from the nuclear fuel cycle to remotely operated surveillance aircraft, airborne sensors, and advanced electric, electronic, wireless and laser technologies.
  • Access: Browsable by author, primary author, meeting, subject, or date; Searchable by author, primary author, meeting, subject, format of publication, citation, date, title, and full text.
  • Source: F.R. Newman Laboratory for Elementary-Particle Physics (LEPP), a research laboratory of the Cornell University Department of Physics.
General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology e-Print Archive (arXiv) *
  • Coverage: 1992 to present
  • Description: This is a fully automated e-print archive for general relativity and quantum cosmology preprints starting from July 20, 1992.
  • Access: Browsable by year; Searchable by year, author, title, and abstract
  • Source: ArXiv is owned, operated and funded by Cornell University, a private not-for-profit educational institution, and also partially funded by the National Science Foundation
High Energy Physics (HEP) - Experiment e-Print Archive (arXiv) *
  • Coverage: 1994 to present
  • Description: This is a fully automated e-print archive for preprints in high energy experimental physics starting from April 15, 1994.
  • Access: Browsable by year; Searchable by year, author, title, and abstract
  • Source: ArXiv is owned, operated and funded by Cornell University, a private not-for-profit educational institution, and also partially funded by the National Science Foundation
High-Energy Physics (HEP) – Lattice e-Print Archive (arXiv) *
  • Coverage: 1991 to present
  • Description: This is a fully automated archive for lattice field theory papers starting from December 1, 1991. The archive is for topics of research covered at the Lattice conferences: Lattice QCD (numerical and analytical), particle spectrum, finite temperature QCD, Weak interaction physics, QED, algorithms, spin systems, random surfaces/quantum gravity, special purpose computers, comparison with experiments, and other analytical developments.
  • Access: Browsable by year; Searchable by year, author, title, and abstract
  • Source: ArXiv is owned, operated and funded by Cornell University, a private not-for-profit educational institution, and also partially funded by the National Science Foundation
High Energy Physics (HEP) – Phenomenology e-Print Archive (arXiv) *
  • Coverage: 1992 to present
  • Description: This is a fully automated e-print archive for particle phenomenology preprints starting from March 7, 1992.
  • Access: Browsable by year; Searchable by year, author, title, and abstract
  • Source: ArXiv is owned, operated and funded by Cornell University, a private not-for-profit educational institution, and also partially funded by the National Science Foundation
High-Energy Physics (HEP) – Theory e-Print Archive (arXiv) *
  • Coverage: 1991 to present
  • Description: This is a fully automated e-print archive for the high energy physics community.
  • Access: Browsable by year; Searchable by year, author, title, and abstract
  • Source: ArXiv is owned, operated and funded by Cornell University, a private not-for-profit educational institution, and also partially funded by the National Science Foundation
European Fusion Department Agreement - Joint European Torus (JET) Joint Undertaking
  • Coverage: 1993 to present
  • Description: Preprints, conference papers, and other reports of EFDA-JET.
  • Access: Searchable fields include title, author, keywords, reference number, year, abstract, and PDF text.
  • Source: JET Joint Undertaking was established in June 1978 to construct and operate the Joint European Torus, a European fusion research project in Oxfordshire, England.  The European Fusion Development Agreement, which runs from 1999 until at least the end of 2004 and which could be extended, currently governs the torus' use and provides a framework for implementing European fusion research, and development, and design work.
KEK Information Service System (KISS)
  • Coverage: Search KEK publications and other preprints as stored in KEK library from 1972 (preprints may have been published as early as 1960).
  • Description: The server provides a convenient forum for exchange of research progress achieved at the KEK High Energy Accelerator Research Organization.  Documents are made available in various formats including scanned.  Some documents are available only in Japanese.
  • Access: Searchable by report number, title, author, institutional source, and year.
  • Source: KEK (Japanese National Laboratory for High Energy Physics) was founded in 1955 as a national institute for nuclear study. The organization seeks to promote research on particle and nuclear physics and material science using advanced accelerators and related facilities.
Laboratori Nazionali di Frascati (INFN)
  • Coverage: 1953 to present
  • Description: The LNF preprint catalogue includes all LNF preprints from 1953 to present; full text is available on Web in PDF format. The INFN preprint catalogue includes all INFN preprints from 1987 to present, but preprint text is not available at the moment.
  • Access: Searchable by year, abstract, authors, titles, LNF vs. INFN.
  • Source: Laboratori Nazionali di Frascati – Scientific Information Service
Mathematical Physics e-Print Archive (arXiv) *
  • Coverage: 1995 to present
  • Description: This is a fully automated e-print archive for the mathematical physics research community.
  • Access: Browsable by year; Searchable by year, author, title, and abstract
  • Source: ArXiv is owned, operated and funded by Cornell University, a private not-for-profit educational institution, and also partially funded by the National Science Foundation
Nuclear Experiment e-Print Archive (arXiv) *
  • Coverage: 1994 to present
  • Description: This is a fully automated e-print archive for the nuclear experiment community.
  • Access: Browsable by year; Searchable by year, author, title, and abstract
  • Source: ArXiv is owned, operated and funded by Cornell University, a private not-for-profit educational institution, and also partially funded by the National Science Foundation
Nuclear Theory e-Print Archive (arXiv) *
  • Coverage: 1992 to present
  • Description: This is a fully automated e-print archive for the nuclear theory community.
  • Access: Browsable by year; Searchable by year, author, title, and abstract
  • Source: ArXiv is owned, operated and funded by Cornell University, a private not-for-profit educational institution, and also partially funded by the National Science Foundation
Physics e-Print Archive (arXiv)*
  • Coverage: 1994 to present
  • Description: This is a fully automated e-print archive for several physics topics not covered elsewhere at http://www.arXiv.org/.  Current subjects include Accelerator Physics; Atmospheric and Oceanic Physics; Atomic Physics; Atomic and Molecular Clusters; Biological Physics; Chemical Physics; Classical Physics; Computational Physics; Data Analysis, Statistics and Probability; Fluid Dynamics; General Physics; Geophysics; History of Physics; Instrumentation and Detectors; Medical Physics; Optics; Physics Education; Physics and Society; Plasma Physics; Popular Physics; and Space Physics.
  • Access: Browsable by year; Searchable by year, author, title, and abstract
  • Source: ArXiv is owned, operated and funded by Cornell University, a private not-for-profit educational institution, and also partially funded by the National Science Foundation
Quantum Physics e-Print Archive (arXiv)*
  • Coverage: 1994 to present
  • Description: This is a fully automated e-print archive for quantum physics community.
  • Access: Browsable by year; Searchable by year, author, title, and abstract
  • Source: ArXiv is owned, operated and funded by Cornell University, a private not-for-profit educational institution, and also partially funded by the National Science Foundation
Stanford Linear Accelerator Laboratory (SLAC) also known as SPIRES-HEP
  • Coverage: 1974 to present
  • Description: High energy physics related articles, including journal papers, preprints, e-prints, technical reports, conference papers and theses.
  • Access: Searchable fields include author, title, date, report number, citation, and keyword.
  • Source: Produced by the Stanford Linear Accelerator Laboratory (SLAC) Library, the SPIRES-HEP database allows the user to search more than 500,000 high energy physics related articles, including journal papers, preprints, e-prints, technical reports, conference papers and theses, comprehensively indexed by the SLAC and DESY libraries since 1974.  Included, where available, are links to full text of the articles whether in the ArXiv databases or as technical reports.

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