The publications of Akadémiai Kiadó in more than 40 scientific fields offer scientists to publish their newest scientific results from nuclear chemistry through microbiology to linguistics. Users can access more than 60 journals back to 1998. From among 17 Hungarian Impact Factor journals 14 are published here. Articles can be searched by author, title and abstract, and full-text can be downloaded in PDF format.
The publications of Akadémiai Kiadó offer scientists to publish their newest scientific results in more than 40 scientific fields from nuclear chemistry through microbiology to linguistics. Akadémiai Kiadó publishes now almost 60 journals, from which 33 were founded by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, editors-in-chief are members of the Academy, and the members of the editorial boards are Hungarian in majority.
Users can access more than 60 journals back to 1998. From among 17 Hungarian Impact Factor journals 14 are published here. Articles can be searched by author, title and abstract, and full-text can be downloaded in PDF format. The new articles can already be read online when the issue is still in press. The following scientific fields and topics are in the focus of Akadémiai Kiadó: literary history and literary scholarship; philology; bibliographic works; translations of Ancient Greek and Roman authors; Oriental studies; ethnography; history of art; history of music; historical works; archaeology; philosophical works; pedagogy; psychology; political science and law; economics; mathematics; astronomy; chemistry; earth sciences; engineering sciences; biology; medical sciences; agronomics.
We can choose from the following options in the search: scientific field; title; author; DOI; ISSN; ISBN; keyword. Possible operators: AND, OR, NO; possible characters: (), * (joker character).
In case of advanced search we can use additional functions and search on abstract; editor; date; or we can list the score according to relevance and date. We can create own profile, where we can set alerts and personal orders. Score can be set in compact and detailed view. The list of scores can be selected further according to the year of copyright; scientific branch; scientific field; authors; date of online publication and introductory words.
All accessible journals appear in browsing, which can be looked at both in compact and detailed formats. You can find the well known ‘slip’ beside every hit, which indicates the measure of access to the document (full access, partial access, no access). In the detailed view you can see the journal’s title, publisher, ISSN (print and online), and the scientific field clicking on which all the journal articles belonging to the topic appear. Data appearing in the detailed view: the title of the article, the size of the PDF, the journal’s title, volume (number, year), authors, topic. In compact view only the journal’s title, marking possibilities and measure of access can be seen. Documents can be marked in both views, RSS function can be seen, and the list can be sent by e-mail and can be saved. Print function is constant, too.
The core contents of the service are: English – Hungarian and Hungarian – English, German – Hungarian and Hungarian–German, French – Hungarian, Hungarian – French Comprehensive Dictionaries; Dictionary of Foreign Words and Phrases; Environmental Encyclopaedia; Hungarian– English Environmental Dictionary of Definitions; English – Hungarian Financial and Technical Dictionaries; and the Dictionary of Terminology of the European Union published by Akadémiai Kiadó.The contents have been enriched with further dictionaries since 2010, these are the following: Spanish–Hungarian and Hungarian–Spanish Dictionaries, German–Hungarian Comprehensive Technical Dictionary, Italian – Hungarian and Hungarian – Italian Concise Dictionaries, Hungarian – Dutch Concise Dictionary, Hungarian Dictionary of Definitions, New Hungarian Encyclopaedia of Literature, Dictionary of Hungarian Synonyms, The Rules of Hungarian Spelling.
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