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SETUP: 3.4 For Authors to Index (Subject Classification)

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SETUP: 3.4 For Authors to Index (Subject Classification)

Postby jaik_70 » Tue Jun 02, 2009 11:32 pm

Dear PKP Team
The author can mentioned on Subject Classification of one organisation only (E.g., either Mathematics Subject Classification OR Library of Congress Classification). as below:

SETUP
Step 3. Guiding Submissions Subject Classification
3.4 For Authors to Index Their Work
Subject Classification


But: in several area of study, we need more classification for same paper from different organisation the area e.g. an compter science journal needs both ACM Classification and Mathematics Subject Classification.

Is there any possibilities to ||Add Classification item|| a button for additional classification ?

Sincerely

-Jaik
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Re: SETUP: 3.4 For Authors to Index (Subject Classification)

Postby jmacgreg » Tue Jun 09, 2009 10:24 pm

Hi Jaik,

I'm afraid not -- you'll have to list them all together.

Cheers,
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