Celerity is a service that
allows you to search and browse tables of contents from a comprehensive
list of journals from different publishers and various preprint sources,
all on one Web site. It is updated in `real time' - new tables of
contents and preprints are added to the service as soon as the
respective publisher's Web site is updated.
Celerity allows you to
monitor journal or preprint content from one single Web site.
also provides links from the tables of contents to the abstract and
to the full text of articles.
- The SICRIS
information system is being developed and maintained by the
Institute of Information
Science in Maribor (IZUM) under the authority of and in co-operation
with the Ministry of Education,
Science and Sport.
been on the Internet since 1998; the present version (SICRIS 2.0) was
activated on November 15th, 2000.
- This series of
"virtual" journals in
the physical sciences has been jointly developed by the American Institute of Physics (AIP) and
the American Physical Society (APS).
Each of the virtual journals presents an online collection of relevant
papers from a broad range of "source" journals in the physical sciences.
source journals include all journals published by APS and AIP,
journals from participating publishers on AIP's Online Journal Publishing
Service (OJPS), Science, and Nature. From the
user's perspective, the virtual journals look and feel like "real"
journals, providing useful features such as:
- Tables of Contents
- Freely available abstracts
- Links to source journal home pages, abstracts, and full-text articles.