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.
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Cornell University Library implemented an interim plan to manage, archive and preserve all the participating Project Euclid journals as part of the launch of Cornell University Library's Open Archival Information System (OAIS) in 2008. Cornell's OAIS ensures the long-term management and digital preservation Cornell's digital assets, including the 60+ mathematics and statistics journals that participate in Project Euclid.
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