Internet publishing refers to using the Internet as the means of distributing publications that conventionally has been done in a paper form. Our definition of publishing encompasses the whole process of creating, distributing, searching, and disseminating knowledge in well-defined disciplines. We partition the life cycle in academic publishing into two stages: the production stage and the consumption stage. The production stage starts with an authors submission of a paper to a journal (similar for conference proceedings or edited books), and ends with the publisher generating a completed issue. This includes the editing process that involves reviewers and editors. The consumption stage starts with the publisher's completion of a journal issue and ends with a reader who retrieves a copy of the issue. Librarians perform the intermediary role, such as purchasing, filing, shelving, and lending the issue.
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