The author(s), and in the case of a Work Made for Hire, the employer named [below], shall have the following rights (the “Author Rights”):
1. All proprietary rights other than copyright, such as patent rights.
2. The right to use the RESM-prepared version of the Article without revision or modification, on the author(s)’ web home page or employer’s website.
3. The right to make copies of all or part of the Article, including the RESM-prepared version without revision or modification, for the author(s)’ and/or the employer’s use for educational or research purposes. If the RESM version or a part of the article is used, or the third party republishes in a publication or product charging a fee for use, written permission from RESM must be obtained.
4. The right to make, and hold copyright in, works derived from the Article, as long as all of the following conditions are met: (a) at least one author of the derived work is an author of the Article; (b) the derived work includes at least thirty (30) percent of new material not covered by RESM’s copyright in the Article; and (c) the derived work includes no more than fifty (50) percent of the text (including equations) of the Article. If these conditions are met, copyright in the derived work rests with the authors of that work, and RESM (and its successors and assigns) will make no claim on that copyright. If these conditions are not met, explicit RESM permission must be obtained. Nothing in this Section shall prevent RESM (and its successors and assigns) from exercising its rights in the Article.
All copies of parts of or the whole Article made under any of the Author Rights, shall include the appropriate bibliographic citation and notice of the RESM copyright.