Authors:Carolina Cañibano, F. Javier Otamendi, and Francisco Solís
treatment of CVs in earlier studies and on knowledge that the inclusion of, for example, one day lecturing visits in this section of the CV is quite common among Spanish researchers. We are conscious, however, that a very short visit may have important
search conditions in a proper logical order, a search profile yielding exactly the publications belonging to the B2 field could be constructed. The same treatment was applied for all fields A1–K2 and the resulting publications were saved to obtain the
Authors:Ryan D. Duffy, Alex Jadidian, Gregory D. Webster, and Kyle J. Sandell
in field as a proxy for time. Interrupted time series analyses allow one to test discontinuities (shifts) in regression intercepts (means) and slopes (change over time) as a function of a treatment or an event. We chose to test the effect of tenure
models in particular (Axelrod 1997 ; Gilbert and Troitzsch 2005 ). Mathematical treatments of network formation, like those of distribution formation, are certainly possible (Newman 2003 ). But for non-specialists, simulation has a number of advantages
The best rate of approximation of functions on the sphere by spherical polynomials is majorized by recently introduced moduli
of smoothness. The treatment applies to a wide class of Banach spaces of functions.
A version of Sturm--Liouville theory is given for the one-dimensional p-Laplacian including the radial case. The treatment is modern but follows the strategy of Elbert's early work. Topics include a Prüfer-type transformation, eigenvalue existence, asymptotics and variational principles, and eigenfunction oscillation.
The factorization of inequalities for infinite numerical series is a new research field. A monograph giving a systematic treatment of this subject is due to BENNETT. Here two theorems of this type are proved. Our new results extend previous theorems to the so-called Mulholland functions.
The use of attitude surveys inScience Indicators — 1976 is reviewed and found sufficiently flawed to limit the utility of survey results. The primary confusion throughout is the treatment of science and technology as if they were indistinguishable activities. Suggestions for conceptual improvement are presented both for describing attitudes and for predicting changes in them.