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Adoptions of large text passages, figures, tables, etc. from other works are prohibited, for the copyright reasons. This is also applied to any text appendixes. If there is any doubt, please, remove the respective parts of the manuscript.
According to the general legal conception, the author/student of a final work (diploma (BSc)thesis, master (MSc) thesis, dissertation (Phd Thesis) or any other university thesis) becomes the sole owner of the copyright and the right of non-commercial or commercial exploitation of the work.
The university or a college is a scientific educational institution (and eventually an examination office) and it is thus, entitled to a right of use of the contents of such papers within the framework of its own scientific research and education. The university does not have the right of publication, dissemination, duplication or commercial exploitation without the author’s approval. Some universities inforce the authors to transfer such non-exclusive rights to them. Even in such cases, there is no conflict with the Techicum Scientific Publishing General Terms & Conditions. The transfer of non-exclusive rights to the university is not a legal issue.
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