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Katy Börner: Atlas of science: visualizing what we know

The MIT Press, Cambridge, MA/London, UK, 2010, US$20

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Author: Loet Leydesdorff

under study, which may lead to “incommensurabilities” among paradigms (Kuhn 1962 ) and therefore deep translation problems. These post-modernist insights are backgrounded in this book in favour of the grandiose vision of science as a human and cultural

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Authors: Thomas Gurney, Edwin Horlings, and Peter van den Besselaar

disambiguate specific entities. Presumably most movies have at least one actor so this method may be sound for the particular data source. However, to translate this to the scientific sphere where co-authorships are used to disambiguate researchers

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Authors: Reindert K. Buter, Ed. C. M. Noyons, and Anthony F. J. Van Raan

. Ruiz-Baños , R , Bailón-Moreno , R , Jiménez-Contreras , E , Courtial , J 1999 Structure and dynamics of scientific networks. Part I: Fundamentals of the quantitative model of translation . Scientometrics 44 2 217 – 234 10.1007/BF02457381

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n x ,               0             ≤ ¯       x         <     1 2 n   1   ,                 1 2 n       ≤ ¯       x       <               1. By the translation invariance of the dyadic sum and (10) we continue the calculation of the entry a ij as

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of unions of events and the Borel-Cantelli lemma, Vestnik Sankt-Peterburgskogo Universiteta, Seriya 1. Matematika, Mekhanika, Astronomiya , N 2 (2014), 201–210 (in Russian). English translation: Vestnik St. Petersburg University, Mathematics , 47

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