Cornell arXiv Contribution 2021-2022

  • Start: 1 Aug 2021
    Expiry: 31 Dec 2022
  • Description: is a highly-automated electronic archive and distribution server for research articles covering physics, mathematics, computer science, nonlinear sciences, quantitative biology and statistics. arXiv is maintained and operated by the Cornell University with guidance from the arXiv Scientific Advisory Board and the arXiv Sustainability Advisory Group.

Product overview

arXiv is an openly accessible, moderated repository for scholarly articles in specific scientific disciplines.

As an electronic archive, arXiv is committed to providing continuous access to all announced submissions. arXiv is maintained with a focus on the perpetual availability of submissions. This is accomplished in part by controlling the types of files that can be uploaded to arXiv, as well as restricting changes that can be made after submissions are announced. In order to preserve the scholarly record, submissions are not removed from arXiv after they have been announced.

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Who can be a member?

Membership in arXiv and representation on the Member Advisory Board (MAB) is reserved for libraries, research institutions, laboratories, professional organisations, foundations and other not-for-profit entities that contribute to the financial support of the service. Although they cannot be voting members, arXiv welcomes financial support from individuals, publishers, and other interested parties. arXiv requests membership from institutions responsible for the top 75% of downloads.

How much are the institutional membership fees?

Membership fees are based on a three year rolling average of institutional ranking calculated according to the number of articles downloaded. Usage statistics and institutional rankings are calculated annually.

Publisher selection policy

Material submitted to arXiv is expected to be of interest, relevance, and value to scientific disciplines. arXiv reserves the right to reject or reclassify any submission. Submissions are reviewed by expert moderators to verify that they are topical and credible scientific contributions that follow accepted standards of scholarly communication (as demonstrated by conventional journal articles).

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The standard access route is through the website or one of several mirrors.

Administrative support

For questions related to institutional contributions or other funding please see: arXiv funding support.

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Technical support

For technical queries (including account or paper submission problems):

  • Please email including all relevant details (paper ids, rejection ids, URLs, etc.)
  • Always contact arXiv administrators before your submission is announced if there is a technical problem that prevents processing

User support

For moderation queries (including questions about account status or submission modifications):

  • Please email including all relevant details (especially paper ids, former correspondence, submission summaries, etc.)
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