the user's profile. Affiliation metadata is used to automatically populate institutional portals and laboratory collections.
The depositor undertakes to provide accurate information.
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All deposits with a file are manually checked before they are put online: creation of a new deposit, addition of a new version or supplementary material. This step ensures that the files and metadata describing them, freely accessible on the internet, are usable by any user. The user must indeed be able to open and /or download the file, read the full text of the document, use it in the respect of intellectual property and have accurate bibliographic information.
The CCSD team and the teams in charge of the institutional portals carry out this verification. Depending on the number of deposits that need to be processed, it may take a few days to bring them online.
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Each deposit should contain a clear and accessible usage licence in order to be fully reusable according to the FAIR principles. The License metadata therefore allows the author to specify the distribution conditions for his/her document and/or files if the deposit contains several of them. License metadata is mandatory for software, images, maps, video and audio.
HAL is part of the international framework in favour of full and immediate free access to scientific publications and preferably recommends the use of licences, as the Creative Commons. It also recommends the choice of the CC-BY licence for documents whose distribution is not already regulated by a publishing contract.
Metadata are under a CC-0 license.
The bibliographic citation of documents is generated from the metadata.
It is displayed for consultation in the “Cite” block.
Example of citation : Dominique Daudon, Yannick Sieffert, Osvaldo Albarracin, Lucas Garino Alibardi, Gustavo Navarta. Adobe Construction Modeling by Discrete Element Method: First Methodological Steps. Procedia Economics and Finance, 2014, 4th International Conference on Building Resilience, 8-11 September 2014, Salford Quays, United Kingdom, 18, pp.247-254. ⟨10.1016/s2212-5671(14)00937-x⟩.⟨hal-02004091⟩