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List of Tags
A tag is a label that classifies eprints in a non-hierarchical manner. Using the tags makes it easier to find articles with specific features.
- journal article: An article published in a journal.
- review article: An article that summarizes the work of a particular sub-field rather than reports on new results.
- expository article: A survery on a well specified topic written at a level accessible to non-experts.
- conference paper: A paper published in the context of an academic conference.
- commentary: An article expressing the authors' view about a particular issue.
- book review: A form of literary criticism in which a book is analyzed based on content, style, and merit.
- book chapter: A individual chapter in an edited book or collection.
- monograph: A specialist work of writing on a single subject or an aspect of a subject.
- textbook: A manual of instruction in a branch of study.
- dissertation: A document submitted in support of candidature for an academic degree, also known as a thesis.
- research tool: A software package or module that helps conducting research.
- manual: A technical document intended to give assistance to people using a particular system, also known as a user guide.
- lecture notes: A record of the lecture content in an accessible way.
- problem book: A textbook in which the material is organized as a series of problems, each with a complete solution given.
- popular level: An article accessible to the mass public without specialized knowledge.
- undergraduate level: An article accessible to undergraduate students.
- graduate level: An article accessible to graduate students and nonspecialist researchers.
- famous paper: A paper whose number of citations is among the top 1% in the field.
- featured article: An article with at least 100 ratings and an average rating score greater than or equal to 4.
- highlighted article: An article with at least 100 ratings and an average rating score greater than or equal to 3.
- kaleidoscope: An article containing aesthetically attractive images like the journal cover arts.
- github project: An article which has a public repository on GitHub.