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Its headquarters is located Domaine Universitaire - 150, rue de la chimie - 38 400 Saint-Martin d'Hères, France.
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the conditions under which the Users can reach in centre Mersenne and Publication websites;
the conditions under which Mathdoc gives access to the centre Mersenne and Publication websites.
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No document shall be modified on the website of the Publication, including copyrights and license notices that shall not be dissociated from the data they're attached to, whether your intention is to copy, transmit or print these data, unless otherwise stated.
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Mathdoc benefits from the protection recognized for the producer of a database such as mentionned by the article L. 241-1 of the French code of the intellectual property.
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The Centre Mersenne and Publication websites provide open access to all the downloadable documents (journal articles, books, proceedings). Anyone can read and download them, without any limitation.
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