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<h1> The Art of finding papers in the TOPPS bibliography</h1>



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The Topps bibliography was moved a while ago, breaking all links

established by a well-thought-out procedure. The new address,

<a href="http://www.diku.dk/research/apl-gruppen/facilities/toppsredir/?obvius_proxy_url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.diku.dk%2FOLD%2Fforskning%2Ftopps%2FBibliography.html">

here,</a>

 has a temporary look to it, so in case the new links break too

you can follow these directions to find your way to its current

location.

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This is worthwhile, as a great many of the papers written by Topps

members are there, many with abstracts and PDF or PS files.

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  <li> You can always find (I expect) the 

<a href="http://www.diku.dk/research/apl-gruppen/facilities/toppsredir/">

entry to the main page for the Topps research group.</a>

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  </p></li><li> Once found, then click &quot;Bibliography&quot;. From there you can get a

  listing by paper number.

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 </p></li><li> Each Topps paper is  identified by a unique  paper number, of

 the form D-nnn.

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  </p></li><li> Some of my links to  TOPPS papers  show the paper's D-number, even if the

  link is broken.

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  </p></li><li> There is also an FTP library of downloadable papers.

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