> < ^ Date: Mon, 15 Aug 1994 09:05:00 +0200
> < ^ From: Joachim Neubueser <joachim.neubueser@math.rwth-aachen.de >
^ Subject: new algebraic number theory preprint server

Dear Forum members,

I am forwarding an announcement that may be interesting to some of you.

Joachim Neubueser


Date: Fri, 12 Aug 1994 12:30:26 -0500
From: Nigel Boston <boston@symcom.math.uiuc.edu>
Subject: new algebraic number theory preprint server
Status: RO

We hereby announce a new archive for the the temporary storage of electronic
preprints in algebraic number theory. The archive is located at the
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The preferred form for the
papers is in TeX dvi format. This allows the papers to be viewed

The procedure for submission of new preprints to the archives is simple. The
author prepares a short ascii file containing the title, author's name and
email address, and an abstract of the paper. This file and the file (or
files) constituting the paper itself are then uploaded to our server using
anonymous ftp.


The best way to view the preprints and the instructions for authors is with
a world wide web client. A file explaining such things is available by
anonymous ftp from math.uiuc.edu in
pub/papers/Algebraic-Number-Theory/aux/www-faq. It will
tell you to obtain one if one doesn't exist on your system. The one we
prefer is called Mosaic.

Using your world wide web client you may open the URL named
The associated dvi files are present, and can be viewed immediately
on your screen.

The preprint files are also accessible via anonymous ftp, on the machine
math.uiuc.edu.  The files associated with paper number 11, say, will be found
in the directory pub/papers/Algebraic-Number-Theory/0011.  The instructions
for authors are in the file pub/papers/Algebraic-Number-Theory/aux/instructions.

There is a mailing list whose members receive announcements via email of
additions to the archives. To join, simply send an email message to
majordomo@ux1.cso.uiuc.edu which contains the following line in its body.

subscribe algebraic-number-theory


Nigel Boston <boston@math.uiuc.edu>
Dan Grayson <dan@math.uiuc.edu>

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