HJM Online Subscription Agreement

Houston Journal of Mathematics
Department of Mathematics
University of Houston
Houston, Texas 77204-3476
Fax: 713-743-3505
Tel.: 713-743-3467

By this Agreement the Houston Journal of Mathematics (HJM) grants a license on the Internet to full text electronic editions of the HJM, subject to the terms and conditions set forth in the following paragraphs 1 to 5, all of which are hereby agreed to between the HJM and the subscriber.

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HJM Volume 39, 2013

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Electronic Version of the HJM
Terms and Conditions

The Houston Journal of Mathematics (HJM) grants access to the electronic editions of the HJM, as they become available, subject to the following terms and conditions:

1. Scope of License. The HJM grants institutional subscribers of current issues and volumes of the print version of the HJM, site-wide access to the electronic versions of all issues that are available in electronic format via identifying IP address(es) for that institution.
Authorized users must be employees, faculty, staff, or students officially affiliated with the site, or authorized on-site clients of the sites library facilities.
Authorized users (individual or institutions) may not make electronic versions of HJM articles available to anyone other than another authorized user.
Any unauthorized use of the electronic version of HJM volumes will be considered a violation of HJM copyright.

Institutional sites may be academic or nonacademic. For academic institutions, different campuses under different administrations are  considered different sites even if they are within the same city. Departments or libraries of the same campus are considered part of the same site. For nonacademic institutions, sites are defined as geographically separate units, even if they are within the same city. Each branch, office, or laboratory is a different site.)

2. Copyright. The electronic version of HJM volumes is subject to copyright protection and other rights of the publisher (HJM) under the laws of the United States and the country of use.
Printing and downloading of the electronic version of HJM articles is permitted solely for individual use by authorized users and only at permitted sites. Recompiling, copying, publication or republication of the volume, or any portion thereof, in any form or medium whatsoever, may be done only with specific written permission from the HJM.

3. Suspension or termination of access. The HJM reserves the right to suspend and/or terminate access to the electronic version of HJM volumes if the authorized user violates any term of this agreement.
In case of non-renewal an institution that has registered for electronic access is required to inform the Managing Editor about cancellation to have its access numbers removed.

4. Disclaimer of warranties.
a. HJM makes every effort that at the time of posting, the PDF files of the electronic editions will reflect most accurately the source documents of the printed editions. However, HJM reserves the right to recompile and update the electronic files periodically.
b. The HJM warrants that it is entitled to grant the licenses outlined in this Agreement.
c. A party shall not be responsible for incidental, consequential, exemplary, or any indirect  damages arising out of or in connection with the service or materials provided hereunder.
d. The subscriber  assumes the  responsibility to make reasonable efforts to use HJM in accordance with these terms and conditions

a. This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement of the parties.
b. The user may not assign or transfer its rights under this Agreement.


Last Update: July 11, 2011