represented in Table 4 . LIS faculty in Korea published on average 1.5 papers per person each year, 1.4 of which was domestic and 0.1 was international. For all faculty examined as a whole, this translates into an annual average of 223 domestic journal papers
Authors:Daniel De Filippo, Fernando Casani, Carlos García-Zorita, Preiddy Efraín-García, and Elías Sanz-Casado
. programmes. It is structured around 12 faculties (Engineering, Bioscience, Science, Communication, Education, Political Science and Sociology, Law, Economics, Liberal Arts, Medicine, Psychology, Translation and Veterinary Medicine). It also has one community
due to their marginality to research; editorial constraints on bibliographies length. The correction provided in favor of sources with short bibliographical lists must take notice that bibliographies may be short for bad reasons. Translating the scarce
Authors:Xinhai Liu, Wolfgang Glänzel, and Bart De Moor
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in a region . According to this representation, city → country → region is a dimension hierarchy corresponding to different possible levels of data aggregation. This conceptual representation is then translated in relational database tables by
Interestingly enough, as already pointed out in Quental et al. ( 2011b ), the weak outcomes of the Johannesburg Summit in 2002 did not translate into any highly cited publication, contrarily to what happened with the previous Earth Summits.