INFDok - Document and Publication Server of the Department of Informatics
Which publications are planned for publication in INFDok?
- Publications that appear in the context of the two series of reports issued by the Department of informatics: Berichte des Departments Informatik and Mitteilungen des Departments Informatik,
- Publications by members of the department of informatics with a scientific content, such as journal articles (including pre-and post-prints), monographs, and parts of monographs, public lectures, research reports, studies, condensations,
- Selected documents by students of the department of informatics, such as Diploma, Bachelor's and Master's theses, on the recommendation of a scientist
Are my publications freely accessible?In general, all publications should possibly be free of charge and released under open access.
What do I need to make a release?Please keep the following documents ready when you want to post a publication on our document server:
- a completed User Agreement,
- the documents you want to publish,
- you must be the copyright holder of the publication,
you are a student of our Department, a lecturer of our department must
confirm the scientific relevance. Please hand this completed form
Which legal issues should I be aware of before publishing?Prior to the publication of a document please ensure that you are entitled to do so. You are generally entitled, if you are the author of the document and have not given exclusive rights to third parties. If you have published your document or plan to do so, make sure that the publisher allows a parallel publication on a
Publishing your document or planning the latter, must not necessarily be inconsistent with the publication of documents on our server. In any case please check if your contract allows a publication on our document server! For instance using the so-called Sherpa / Romeo list:
Geman List: http://open-access.net/de/allgemeines/rechtsfragen/sherparomeoliste/
Iinternational List: http://www.sherpa.ac.uk/romeo.php
How to publish?First, you must complete the User Agreement and submit it to the library. Please read the legal information carefully.
(Students must also submit the certificate of an academic staff member or employee regarding the scientific validity of her/his document.)
Please send the electronic document to the library.
We need the following information:
- the title of your publication
- system location within the classification (Item 54 of computer science)
- keywords in
German and English (max. 5 keywords in German and / or 5 keywords in English)
- (if possible) short abstract of your document (in German and / or English)
- year, in which the document was created
Furthermore, the document can be found within the library catalogue.
IYour document is replaced by a URN (Uniform Resource Name) and is searchable via the text server and within the library catalogue.
possible to cite publications from INFDok?Electronic
publications are basically equivalent to conventional publications and
therefore quotable. For permanent and stable addressing, Uniform
Resource Names (URN) will be created and registered with the German Library.
Formal guidance and assistance regarding the citation of electronic sources are given by the policies of the International Standard ISO 690-2. Further information
How INFDok publications should be citedBased on the ISO 690-2 electronic publications should be cited as follows, whereas the date of the last call to the source is to be used by the person quoting, e.g.::
(2003): A Conceptual
Framework for High-Level
Vision. - Berichte des Fachbereichs Informatik
der Universitšt Hamburg [online]
<http://edoc.sub.uni-hamburg.de/informatik/volltexte/2009/55>[zitiert 15. Februar 2012]