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, JP , Turner , WA , Bauin , S 1983 From translations to problematic networks: An introduction to co-word analysis . Social Science Information 22 2 191 – 235 10.1177/053901883022002003 . Callon

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structures of dimension m [14, pp.841–842]. We start by translating the atomic k rounded game game G m k where the numbr of nodes are limitd t n to games on coloured graphs [14, lemma 30]. Let ℭ be a rainbow algebra. Let N be an atomic ℭ network

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Sciences, translated by Alfred de Grazia as Mathematical derivation of an election system . Isis 44 : 42 – 51 . Bornmann , L 2011 Mimicry in science? . Scientometrics 86 1 173

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workshop on Search and Discovery in Bioinformatics , (pp. 81 – 88 ). Sheffield, United Kingdom, 25-29 July. Och , F , Ney , H 2004 The alignment template approach to statistical machine translation

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: Sociology of science in the real world Sheridan House Inc New york . Callon , M , Courtial , JP et al. 1983 From translations to problematic networks–an introduction to co-word analysis . Social

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The information work of interdisciplinary humanities scholars: Exploration and translation . Library Quarterly 72 1 85 – 117 10.1086/603337 . Peters , HPF AFJ

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near future. Nonetheless, in order to make the comparison with the British system, we translate the AERES grades A+, A, B, C into 4*, 3*, 2*, and 1*. From the outset, we mention that there are obvious assumptions underlying our analysis and

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_Montobbio_wp224.pdf . Louis , KS , Holdsworth , JM , Anderson , MS , Campbell , EG . Everyday ethics in research: Translating authorship guidelines into practice in the bench sciences . Journal of Higher

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al. 2003 ; He and Deng 2007 ; Van Looy et al. 2002 ). The scientific texture that characterizes a country might influence the occurrence of science interactions and hence translate into indicators based on the occurrence of references to the

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Authors: Pedro Albarrán, Juan A. Crespo, Ignacio Ortuño, and Javier Ruiz-Castillo

process whereby scientists make references that a few years later will translate into a highly skewed citation distribution crowned in many cases by a power law. Recent contributions using a social network approach by, for example, Dorogovstev and Mendes

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