Repository Policy - Publication repository of ICI Bucharest

Date (yyyy-mm-dd): 2023-02-03

About Publication repository of ICI Bucharest

The National Institute for Reasearch and Development in Informatics - ICI Bucharest has established the institutional repository Publication repository of ICI Bucharest ( Publications Repository is built with DSpace-CRIS. Currently, Standard DSpace is used for scientific publications of ICI researchers, since the year 2018. Future development will include data sets, whereas DSpace-CRIS will be used for CRIS-specific entities: Researcher Pages, Projects, and Organization Units.

The aim of the repository is to provide open access to scientific publications of the National Institute for Reasearch and Development in Informatics - ICI Bucharest. The main aim of this repository is to increase the scientific visibility of the National Institute for Reasearch and Development in Informatics - ICI Bucharest.

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Designated Community

The Designated Community of the Publication repository of ICI Bucharest includes the following user groups:

Metadata Policy

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Content Policy

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Versioning Policy

Privacy Policy

Preservation Policy

Policy Revisions

This policy is subject to revision every 1 years or whenever deemed necessary by changed circumstances or changes in best practice.

About Creative Commons Licences

If deposited under Attribution CC BY licence, data and metadata can be:

Unless CC0 Public Domain Dedication option is declared, the user must provide the attribution of the original work by giving appropriate credit, providing a link to its licence and indicating if changes were made. The credit is given by providing the name the creator, copyright notice, licence notice and disclaimer notice, as well as a reference to the source. The user may not imply or suggest the licensor's endorsement of the user or their work.

With the "Share Alike" condition (if CC BY-SA or CC BY-NC-SA licence is declared), any adaptation or derived contributions must be distributed under the same licence as the original or under a compatible one.

With any of Creative Commons licences, the licensor may not restrict others from doing anything the licence allows, or revoke the granted freedoms as long as the licence terms are followed. Also, the users do not have to comply with the licence for the elements of the work that are in the public domain or for uses allowed by an applicable exception or limitation.

Creative Commons licences do not give any warranties related to other rights such as publicity, privacy, or moral rights that may otherwise limit the use of the licensed works.

CC0 may be required by the author or funder or be appropriate for databases, datasets, well-known facts, old works, and cultural heritage that are without ownership or copyright or in the public domain in all jurisdictions.

For more information about Creative Commons licences, please visit the CC Licence Chooser.