Subscription Prices for Volume 68 (2019), Numbers 1-6
PRINT and ONLINE
Subscribers to the print edition automatically get free, full access to the electronic version of the IUMJ.
When a subscriber to the electronic edition does not renew his subscription, he retains full access to those articles published in the year (or years) for which he held a paid subscription.
Academic institutions, departments or libraries are considered part of the same site as long as they belong to the same campus,
which normally means that they use the same Class B network.
(Class B networks are denoted by their first two numbers, e.g., 129.79.*.*)
One electronic subscription allows access from a single Class B or equivalent network.
Very large universities, with several Class B networks, will be required to purchase one subscription for each Class B network from which they seek access to the IUMJ server.
If in doubt, please query (Email: email@example.com).
Online rates for individuals have been set very low, to promote maximum usage by researchers working from a home computer.
We do require membership in a professional association (e.g., American Mathematical Society or other national equivalent).
We hold individual subscribers responsible for making legitimate use of the IUMJ server, which means, among other things, not sharing their subscription privileges with other individuals.
Please help us maintain a large readership by using the Journal for individual research only.
Also, consult our License Agreement for questions about usage, access following termination of contract, etcetera.
Online rates for institutions follow guidelines from the American Library Association, which recommend that online rates be set at 80 percent of print subscription rates.
Please consult our License Agreement for questions about usage, access following termination of contract, etcetera.
To subscribe to the IUMJ, please send an email message to our journal secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Libraries or institutions designate a person, usually a librarian, as a contact person with whom our Editorial Office can discuss pertinent matters, for example, connection settings.
Name and email address for the contact person should be given.
The library should send email to our Editorial Office at email@example.com with the information above,
plus the IP address, addresses, or address range(s) that are to be connected to the IUMJ server.
Individual subscribers should send email to our Editorial Office at firstname.lastname@example.org with the IP address to be connected to the IUMJ server.
When the IP address is dynamic (therefore, inherently unstable), user authentication will be granted by username and password instead.