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Regardless of an individual's access rights to content within this system,yaboH5Project 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.

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yaboH5Project Euclid policy regarding retractions and errata

According toCOPE's Retraction Guidelines:

  • Retraction is a mechanism for correcting the literature and alerting readers to publications that contain such seriously flawed or erroneous data that their findings and conclusions cannot be relied upon.Unreliable data may result from honest error or from research misconduct.
  • Retractions are also used to alert readers to cases of redundant publication (i.e.when authors present the same data in several publications),plagiarism,and failure to disclose a major competing interest likely to influence interpretations or recommendations.
  • The main purpose of retractions is to correct the literature and ensure its integrity rather than to punish authors who misbehave.

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