CoRR: a computing research repository

  title={CoRR: a computing research repository},
  author={Joseph Y. Halpern},
This paper describes the decisions by which teh Association for Computing Machinery integrated good features from the Los Alamos e-print (physics) archive and from Cornell University's Networked Computer Science Technical Reference Library to form their own open, permanent, online “computing research repository” (CoRR). Submitted papers are not refereed and anyone can browse and extract CoRR material for free, so Corr's eventual success could revolutionize computer science publishing. But… 
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