Transdisciplinary Insights - Living Papers

Living Papers

On some specific topics, over a specific period, research efforts can be so intense that the field is evolving at a very rapid pace. Classical review papers cannot capture such evolution of the knowledge and soon become outdated. To address this issue, Transdisciplinary Insights supports living papers, a novel dynamic document format, which allows for regular updates. Living papers should be considered as non-peer reviewed manuscripts, and are open to comments and additions from readers. Their objective is to foster a spirit of open collaboration and sharing of knowledge.

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