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Disclaimer & Mirroring
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Re-publication vs. Mirroring
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Sometimes special issue editors of our journals distribute printed versions of their proceedings volumes in parallel to the online version at tmrfindia.org. This is fine with us as long as you (the proceedings guest editors) clearly distinguish it from the online version like indicated above for the case of re-publications.
You must include a phrase like
"First appeared online with TMRF ( “Publication Name” , ISSN)" on one of the introductory pages of your printed proceedings volume.
Commercial and non-commercial publishers interested in re-publishing complete proceedings volumes, e-books or individual chapters/papers are advised to negotiate terms with the authorized person of the respective TMRF publication.
We forbid mirroring of the tmrfindia.org web site or its parts. Mirroring is different from re-publication since it publishes a one-to-one copy via another Web site. A mirror would negatively affect the authenticity of tmrfindia.org. Finally, why would someone want to have a mirror of something that is freely accessible anyway?