Copyright and Archive
The present Newsletters and News Journals are the result of the joint
efforts of the participating researchers. Each of them, but also the
general scientific community in the present area of research, has a
common interest in the long-term availability and integrity of
the protocols. The following set of rules are set up in order
to safeguard those interests.
- The copyright for each news contribution
remains with the author as listed in the publication.
- It is permitted to download, print, and distribute the
text of any of these publications for any non-profit academic
purpose, including classroom use, provided that its contents
are not changed in any way, and that it is not claimed
for another author.
- By submitting a news contribution, the author agrees
to the condition in the previous item.
- By submitting a news contribution, the author also agrees
that the text may be retained indefinitely in ETAI's web-page
structure, under the mechanisms for typographical editing and
for archive that are specified below.
All news contributions during the same month are aggregated into
the respective monthly issues of the
Electronic News Journal on Reasoning about Actions and Change
(ENRAC), which is published by
Linköping University Electronic Press.
The postscript version of the discussion that is identified in the
present web structure consists of excerpts from the successive
The on-line version of the newsletter will also be retained for the
foreseeable future. It is intended to maintain this version with
respect to the following kinds of updates:
- Adjustments for new WWW technology
- Update of links to author's home pages and other, similar
- Adding more information and commentary to existing structures
The postscript version that is published by the E-Press is made tamper-safe
by an electronic checksum mechanism and by a number of administrative
safety procedures. The on-line version does not use this kind of protection.
There is however a bona fide commitment from the editor that
forthcoming editing shall not disrupt the scientific contents of the