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activities, driven by collaboration between researchers and between research institutes and universities, in particular international co-authoring and citation networks [ 31 ]. Overall, co-authorship and citation networks can also be defined as social

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numbers. Applying this definition to a partnership, e.g., a co-authorship, network, this number becomes the largest natural number P such that an actor has at least P partners with whom he/she had at least P joint actions. Replacing P with φ gives exactly

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