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Alive publication

An alive publication is a scientific work published on the Internet that is constantly being developed and improved by its author. In this case, serious errors and typos are no longer fatal, nor do they haunt the author for the rest of his or her life. The reader of an alive publication knows that the author is constantly monitoring changes occurring in the science branch under consideration. The dynamics of an alive publication and rejection of the leading role of printing open the door for many of the indispensable qualities that were absent from a printed version. These features allow us to discuss a new genre or a new paradigm of scientific publication.


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