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J. Dinneen et al. ): WTCS 2012 (Calude Festschrift), LNCS 7160, pp. 31–45, 2012. c Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2012 32 L. Bienvenu and A. , not worse) than the other one”. Definition 1. Let ai → α and b j → β be two computable strictly increasing sequences converging to lower semicomputable α and β (approximations of α and β from below). We say that an → α converges “better” (not worse) than bn → β if there exists a total computable function h such that α − ah(i) β − bi for every i. In other terms, we require that for each term of the second sequence one may algorithmically find a term of the first one that approaches the limit as close as the given term of the second sequence.

It is also one of the few truly open access journals in computer science: both publication and access is free for everyone. In this paper we describe how the journal started, what problems it was confronted with, and how they were solved. 1 Introduction The Internet was initially seen as tool for emails and for allowing the dissemination of scientific publications rapidly, much faster than using traditional refereed and printed journals. Before the Web took off in a large way, three systems to handle information on the Web had been developed: (1) The WWW by a group of four at CERN (where only the alphabetically first, although by no means the most important one, is still mentioned—as consequence that in scientific contributions in computer science we tend to mention authors alphabetically, independent of who was most important); (2) The Gopher System, developed by Marc McCahill at the University of Minnesota and (3) The Hyper-G (later Hyperwave) System developed by the author and his team in Graz.

UCS cannot be changed any more. However, notes (comments) can be added to an arbitrary extent. This has led us early on to the idea of “Links into the future” ( H. Maurer). The basic idea is most easily explained by means of an example. Suppose a paper was written in the year 1998. A paper in 2006 extends some results of the earlier one, hence will have the 1998 paper in the list of references. e. e. a link into the future? ). Over the years this basic idea has been expanded more and more, and there is still much room for further improvement.

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