"r norman" <rsn_ at _comcast.net> wrote in message
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> On 20 Dec 2004 02:19:04 -0800, robusta at gmail.com (Robusta) wrote:
>> >Hello all!
> >I'm a PhD student at CS department, and my thesis work is related to
> >EEG source localization. I often need some articles on EEG but my
> >institution isn't subscribed to any neurophysiological journals,
> >because it is CS, not neuroscience.
> >Can anybody help me with my problem? If I provide you exact info about
> >article could you download it for me?
> >I'll appreciate any help very much!
> >robusta at gmail.com>>> Talk to the librarians at your library. Your institution cannot
> really be purely dedicated to CS, if it awards a PhD degree. It must
> have a reasonable library to be accredited. Institutional libraries
> have ways of getting hard copies of papers in journals that they do
> not subscribe to.