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Peer refereeing\dots Will it be missed? (English)
Bai, Fengshan et al., Electronic information and communication in mathematics. Springer, Berlin (ISBN 3-540-40689-1). 132-143 (2003).
Journals will remain with us, probably often as no more than virtual versions of their paper and bound originals. Selecting their contents brings up the traditional refereeing issues. There is now, and all the more when almost all journals are electronic there will be renewed opportunities for traditional print books featuring the best of.... Formal peer refereeing differs from other forms of review only in being part of an accepted ritual. It will survive, but only as a diminishing element of informed comment on published work. (Summary)
Classification: A50
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