What cookies does the dblp web site store in my browser?

The dblp web service uses HTTP cookies. We guarantee that we use these cookies solely for the purpose of storing stateful information that helps to enhance the experience of our web service, such as storing a preferred data view. It is assured that dblp does not use these cookies in any way to track a visitor's usage of our website or to derive personal profiles of our users.

Please be aware that by continuing to use our website with cookies enabled in your web browser, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. If you do not wish to allow dblp to store cookies cookies during your visit, please just disable the use of cookies in your web browser's settings.

In detail, the dblp website will store the following types of cookies:

dblp-viewy,t,cdefines whether person bibliographies will be displayed ordered by year (y), by type (t), or in the classic view (c)

defines the default search action to use with the dblp search: combined search (c), author search (a), venue search (v), publication search (p), or Semantic Scholar search (s)

dblp-bibtex0,1,2defines whether publication records will be exported to BibTeX entries either in condensed format (0) by giving mandatory data fields only, in standard format (1) by giving all available data fields in one single entry, or in crossref format (2) by giving all available data fields as above, but splitting data records into a contained inproceedings/incollection entry and a containing book/collection entry (if applicable)
dblp-hideable-*true, falsedefines whether the different expandable and collapsible parts of a dblp page's layout will be displayed expanded or collapsed by default
dblp-banner-hide-*true, falsedefines whether a certain pop-up message will be displayed near near the top of every dblp page (false), or whether this message has already been dismissed by the visitor (true)

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