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AMS Acta
ISSN: 2038-7954
Contributi di ricerca dell'Alma Mater Studiorum - Università di Bologna
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AMS Acta is the University of Bologna's institutional open access repository which collects and disseminates the research output of those operating at the Alma Mater Studiorum, University of Bologna, or taking part in initiatives promoted by its structures.

The research contributions may be publications exclusively deposited in AMS Acta, pre-print documents not yet published by commercial publishers, or papers already published on journals and books of publishers who allow scientific authors to archive their work on institutional repositories to grant universal access and be acknowledged as results of the research carried out at the University.

Publishers' policies can be found on the database SHERPA/RoMEO.


openaire AMS Acta is OpenAIRE compliant
The deposit dedicated to the research outputs, AMS Acta, which scores high with the main web search engines, increases the visibility and impact of the scientific outputs of the University. AMS Acta has implemented the requirements of the OpenAIRE European project (Open Access Structure in Europe) and can host the research outputs of the projects financed by 7FP.

The DOI for the publications in AMS Acta
The University of Bologna has joined the DOI-CRUI project. Thanks to this initiative we can attribute a non-commercial DOI to peer reviewed open access publications archived in AlmaDL repositories.
A DOI (Digital Object Identifier) uniquely identifies a published digital content and makes it possible to locate that content on the web.
A DOI consists of a string of alphanumeric characters that can be easily quoted in references and bibliographies as a direct link to the full-text resource.

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