I'm an undergraduate math student from the lovely country Portugal (Nod), and i'm working on a problem envolving physics and dif equations. The thing is, not many people worked on it, and i'm having a hard time finding papers on it. I found one in this site COMAP: Mathematics Instructional Resources for Innovative Educators, but in order to download it, you have to became a member and, pay...
I was looking to find someone who was already a member, since i only need one paper of that site, that could download it and foward it to me...
Type the exact title of the paper into Google, there is a good chance if it is relatively recent that the author has posted a copyright free version on their web page or elsewhere.
Originally Posted by zebode
What you are asking for above is probably in breach of the contract between that site and subscribers.
Didn't work... It's a 2001 paper..
Still need the account to comap.. :(
Have you got a supervisor? Perhaps he or she will agree that the books/papers on that site are important enough to your work to send an application to your department asking them to pay your membership fee.
If it is the books you are interested in, and you end up having to pay, they are available at amazon.