Permission to Post Pre-Print, Post-Print and Publisher’s PDF Articles
Pre-print – Pre-refereeing:
You are allowed to post your submitted article on your personal, your institute’s, company’s or funding agency’s website, and/or post as a pre-print in an online repository online, such as arXiv or BioRxiv.
Post-print – Final draft post-refereeing:
You are free to post the manuscript version of your article on your personal, your institute’s, company’s or funding agency’s website and/or in an online repository as long as you give acknowledgement (by inserting a citation) to the version as published in the book/journal when available and a link is inserted to the published article on the website of IOS Press. The link must be provided by inserting the DOI number of the published article in the following sentence: “The final publication is available at IOS Press through http://dx.doi.org/[insert DOI]” (for example “The final publication is available at IOS Press through http://dx.doi.org/10.3233/JAD-151075)”.
Publisher’s version – Final PDF:
For a fee you can order a full text PDF file of the published version of your article by using the order form which will be provided to the corresponding author. This PDF file can be stored on your computer, it can be printed and saved. This includes the right to post this PDF file on your personal, your institute’s, company’s or funding agency’s website and in their repository. You are not allowed to distribute it for any other purposes (electronic or on paper), and you may not store it in any other repository or in a public retrieval system. If you have questions, please contact the Rights & Permissions department to Carry Koolbergen (firstname.lastname@example.org), specifying your request and give us as many details as possible from the publication you wish to use.