Cognizant, LLC./Cognizant Communication Corporation (collectively “CCC”) publishes a number of open access articles. See below for information regarding the reuse of these articles. Please note that CCC may make additional non-open access content freely viewable on Ingenta Connect, and the reuse of such material may require permission.
Information for CCC Authors:
Authors of papers published in a CCC open access journal may reuse their work under the terms of Creative Commons license CC-BY-NC 4.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0/). (In addition, authors of papers published with a non-commercial (NC) or no derivatives (ND) specification may also reuse their work as stated under the Green Open Access* policy.)
All licenses require that reuse complies with the following terms:
Proper reference to the original source of publication is required. This should include listing of the DOI, journal and publisher reference, date of publication, volume and issue number, and page location.
Creative Commons license terms for reuse do not apply to any content (such as graphs, figures, photos, excerpts, etc.) not original to the Open Access article and further permission may be required from the rights holder. The obligation to research and clear permission lies solely with the party reusing the material.
Reuse of a work must not imply or otherwise suggest sponsorship or endorsement by CCC, the author(s), journal, society, or other third party.
Creative Commons licenses do not negate the moral rights of authors, including but not limited to the right to attribution and the right that a work not be subjected to derogatory treatment that threatens the honor or reputation of the author(s).
CCC strongly recommends users notify the original author(s) of their intention to distribute, adapt, translate, or republish Open Access content.
Please visit the Creative Commons website for more detailed information on the CC-BY-NC license. (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0/).
To request permission or clarification on what is permitted, please contact us at email@example.com
*Green Open Access: the journal is publishing paid content but allows its authors to deposit their articles as open access in their Institutional Repository.