How do I add a publication to the publications database?
The publications database allows anyone with a Member account on this site to add publications to the database and upload electronic versions of those publications.
The first screen you see allows you to choose the
publication type -- for example, journal article,
conference paper, and so on. (The publication types
are essential copied straight from BibTeX.)
On this page, you can also choose to restrict access to your
publication to website members and guests
(people with a login on this site). Finally, you
can associate the publication with a work-group
on this site, thereby allowing searches to be made
on publications associated with a group.
If you can't decide on a group, then select either
Press the Continue button to go to the next screen. (Any of the information on this page can be changed later.)
The next screen shows the fields that can be filled in for the publication type you have chosen. (Again, these are taken straight from BibTeX.) Fill in as many fields as you can, noting that fields marked with an asterisk (*) are required and fields not so marked are optional.
Press the Add new publication button to continue. (Again, you will be able to change any of this information later.)
You will now see a screen that allows you to upload
electronic versions of the publication.
Please do not upload PDF files where the copyright is held by an outside entity (such as ACM, IEEE, Springer, or Elsevier), unless your copyright agreement specifically permits you to post the PDF on a server.
To upload a file, click on the Browse... button and select the file. If you wish, add some additional text in the Additional comment field - this text will appear in parentheses next to the download link for the file you are uploading. Press Upload file to upload the file.
When you have no more files to upload, press the Return to listing button to view your publication's page!
(For instructions on how to modify a publication record, see this question.)
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