Details on how many copies need to be printed.

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Upload the files approved by QA to your printing service and produce the required printed copies.
Depending on what you are publishing,
we require you to print a certain number of copies of your book:
\todo[inline]{Details on how many copies need to be produced.}
One copy is also welcome at the Fachbibliothek for Mathematics and Computer Science in Kiel.
Upload the files approved by QA to your printing service
and produce the required number of printed copies.
This number changes depending on what your are printing,
as explained below.
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If you are printing a dissertation,
you will probably want to print a few additional copies:
for yourself,
for your supervisor,
for your second and your third reviewer,
as well as for any relative interested enough in your academic career.
You may also want to send a copy to the library of Schloss Dagstuhl,\footnote{\url{http://www.dagstuhl.de/en/library/}}
the Leibniz Center for Informatics,
which aims for an in\-/depth coverage of literature on computer science.\footnote{%
Should you attend a future Dagstuhl seminar,
this copy will be on display on a special shelf in the library during the seminar.}
Send the final version of your book to QA as PDF files
(one for the content, one for the cover)
to be made available in the Journals system.\footnote{%
It used to be the case
that we asked for two versions
of your content PDF:
one to be printed,
and one with reduced margins for electronic viewing.
This is not the case anymore.
We only ask for the printable version.
}
If printed copies can be ordered online,
inform QA where orders can be placed,
so that appropriate pointers can be put on the Series' website.
\end{enumerate}
Regardless of what you are printing,
the following copies are optional,
but make people happy:
\begin{compactitemize}
\item 1 copy
for the library of Schloss Dagstuhl,\footnote{\url{http://www.dagstuhl.de/en/library/}}
the Leibniz Center for Informatics,
which aims for an in\-/depth coverage of literature on computer science.\footnote{%
Should you attend a future Dagstuhl seminar,
this copy will be on display on a special shelf in the library during the seminar.}
\item 1 copy
for Kiel University's Fachbibliothek for Mathematics and Computer Science
\end{compactitemize}
If what you are printing is a dissertation,
you will want to print the following copies:
\begin{compactitemize}
\item 4 copies
to be submitted to the university
\item 1 copy
for your supervisor (optional, but highly recommended)
\item 1 copy
each for the second and third reviewer (optional, but recommended)
\item 1 copy
for yourself (optional)
\item 1 copy
for each relative that might be interested in your academic career (very optional)
\end{compactitemize}
If what you are printing is not a dissertation,
you will want to print the following copies:
\begin{compactitemize}
\item 3 copies
to be delivered to Kiel University's Fachbibliothek for Mathematics and Computer Science
(taken care of by Birgit Mähl),
which will then be passed on
to the German National Library and the University Library,
as required by law.
\end{compactitemize}
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