[om] AMS55 Online // Copyright??
fateman at cs.berkeley.edu
Mon Nov 4 18:08:24 CET 2002
I noticed that each page now says copyright Convertit, 2002.
Is this actually meaningful? Can one assert copyright on
something that is in the public domain? Can you copyright just the
electronic copy of such an object?
On a more technical note,
I think the 150 dpi version is ok, but 100dpi might be hard to use.
300dpi would be easier to read. An automatic conversion of AMS55
to a real reusable digital form would be interesting, though NIST's DLMF
would presumably supercede all this, someday.
Stephen J. Schmidt wrote:
> I've seen some discussions of AMS55 on this list before, so I thought
> some of you might be interested to know that I scanned the entire AMS55
> and posted it on my Web site. Right now, I have the 150dpi version
> available, but I plan on posting 200dpi and 100dpi versions also, and
> releasing a 300dpi Adobe Acrobat version. If you would like to see it,
> you can visit:
> Steve Schmidt
> ConvertIt.com, Inc.
> mailto:steve at convertit.com
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