An overview or summary of a document.
An overview or summary of a document and its bibliographic references.
A collection of documents relating to one or more subject areas.
An institutions feature-function access and allowances for Elsevier online products.
An end user with permissions to set up and maintain feature function access and allowances at the Account level and below within the institution.
An end user with permissions to set up and maintain feature function access and allowances at various levels within the institution.
A document which may contain an abstract, outline, full text, images, tables, and bibliographic references.
A list containing the citations (document title, author, date, page range) of the documents which appear within an issue of a journal or the results of a search.
(American Standard Code for Information Interchange) a 7 digit binary code for information exchange between computers.
Athens is a standardized access management system providing a single log-on to multiple products.
A 7-character code used to identify the user within the Athens management system.
A 3-character code used to identify the user within the Athens management system.
The writer of a document.
A collection of articles relating to a specific subject area published regularly.
Method of payment or transactional access in a product.
The information identifying a document (e.g., title, author, date) in an article list or a search results list.
A feature that generates a list identifying references to the original record.
An end user with permissions to set up and maintain feature function access and allowances at the Consortium level and below within the institution.
A mechanism which a Web server can use to both store and retrieve information from a browser.
A legal form of protection provided to owners of original works.
A specific collection of information.
A service that allows a user to request a document that is not available to them.
The electronic journals and articles that individual SCOPUS customers subscribe to outside of SCOPUS (e.g. on SpringerLink). Entitlements are defined in terms of ISSN's and subscription start & end dates.
A setting that determines if and when external links are displayed to Scopus users.
Downloading specific online information from ScienceDirect and Scopus.
The document which may include the abstract, outline, complete document, images, tables, and bibliographic references.
A Group of ScienceDirect or Scopus users assigned as a Group using the same Account entitlements for all journals or book series associated with the Account.
An end user with permissions to set up and maintain feature function access and allowances at the Group level within the institution.
Handbooks are authoritative reference or review works. Individual articles in handbooks are self-contained surveys and provide extensive reference lists.
Hypertext Markup Language. Based on SGML (Standard Generalized Markup Language), A text-only markup language used to present the content online.
The default value as set at a higher level, such as the default set by Elsevier at the Product level, or by an Administrator at the Consortium level, or (if looking at a Group) the Account level.
Logo and/or text created by an Institution's Administrator for exclusive display on Scopus or ScienceDirect.
Internet Protocol (IP) Address. The unique number associated with each computer in your network.
Access authorization based on an organization's location on the Internet as defined by their IP (Internet Protocol) addresses.
International Standard Book Number. ISBN is a unique identification number for a publication.
International Standard Serial Number. ISSN a unique identification number for periodical publications.
A collection of articles published together in a single bound copy of a journal.
Programming language which allows more dynamic interface to be presented in your Web browser.
An intermediary image that is displayed while the application processes and populates the window.
The user name and password used for authentication of entitlements in an application.
Online Public Access Code (OPAC)
A server that acts as an intermediary between a computer and the Internet, and that ensures security, administrative control, and caching.
A simplified search based on the users location in the application.
A simplified search based on predefined document fields.
A multi-volume publication of documents. Reference Works may cover an entire field of study (Comprehensives) or a broad range of subjects (Encyclopedias).
A unique number that allows initial access to ScienceDirect or Scopus.
A login that can be used anywhere and is not bound to the IP Address Range of an institution.
Information about what searches the user has previously requested. This may actually need to be implemented as multiple objects, based on the current SD design. Note: this information is removed after a user is logged off/ timed out by the application server.
The syntax of a specific search request.
A list of documents retrieved as a result of a search request submitted.
The period of time a user is logged into an application.
A version of the document which includes the abstract, the outline, figures and bibliographic references.
A function that allows a user to purchase full text access to unsubscribed documents.
Uniform Resource Locator. Standard address format for access to the internet.
A User Profile contains configuration and user access information for a specific User.