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Finally I uploaded a third our paper on the analysis of quasispecies model. Here all the links together: Linear algebra of the permutation invariant Crow-Kimura model of prebiotic evolution (This text deals with the symmetric or permutation invariant fitness landscape and … Continue reading
This April Taylor & Francis offer free online access to over 300 of our journals in: Physics Engineering Computer Science Mathematics & Statistics To access any of the journal a registration (free) is required
White House moves to make federally funded research open to the public.
Here is a nice study which plots the prestige (article influence score) versus the price for open access publication: There is an obvious correlation between the price and “prestige”, but also there are journals that ask a lot for “not … Continue reading
And yet another initiative by mathematicians to put the business of research publications into order. Here is a post by Tim Gowers that explains the details. In a nutshell some funds were found which are necessary to maintain servers for new … Continue reading
The archives of more than 1,200 journals are now available for limited free reading by the public, JSTOR announced today. Anyone can sign up for a JSTOR account and read up to three articles for free every two weeks.
Following Royal Society, Springer opens some of its archives till November, 30. The list of mathematical journals includes Journal of Mathematical Biology and Bulletin of Mathematical Biology. More information