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), had been held in Berlin (Germany) in 2000, New Delhi (India) in 2001, Sydney (Australia) in 2001, Beijing (China) in 2003, Roorkee (India) in 2004, Stockholm (Sweden) in 2005, Nancy (France) in 2006, New Delhi (India) in 2007, Berlin (Germany) in 2008

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Math. Scandinaves , Stockholm, ( 1934 ), 45 – 49 . [39] Naka , K. and Hila , K. , Some properties of hyperideals in ternary

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, L.E. Somell , A 1991 Randomized study of mammography screening — Preliminary report on mortality in the Stockholm Trial Breast Cancer Research and Treatment

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Authors: Veljko Jeremic, Milica Bulajic, Milan Martic, and Zoran Radojicic

51 Karolinska Inst.-Stockholm Sweden 2.529 43 8 30 Northwestern Univ. USA

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. Šipka P. ( 2005 ). The Serbian citation index: Context and content , In Proceedings of ISSI (pp. 710 – 711 ), Stockholm, Sweden, July 24-28 2005, ISSI and Karolinska Univ. Press, Stockholm

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Abstract  

The proceedings of the ISSI conferences in Stockholm, 2005, and Madrid, 2007, contain 85 contributions based on publication counting. The methods used in these contributions have been analyzed. The counting methods used are stated explicitly in 26 contributions and can be derived implicitly from the discussion of methods in 10 contributions. In only five contributions, there is a justification for the choice of method. Only one contribution gives information about different results obtained by using different methods. The non-additive results from whole counting give problems in the calculation of shares in seven contributions, but these problems are not mentioned. Only 11 contributions give a term (terms) for the counting method(s) used. To illustrate the problems, 11 of the contributions are discussed in detail. The conclusion is that 40 years of publication counting have not resulted in general agreement on definitions of methods and terminology nor in any kind of standardization.

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, & B. Larsen (eds.), Proceedings of the ISSI 2005—the 10th international conference of the International society for scientometrics and informetrics, Stockholm, Sweden, July 24–28th . Stockholm : Karolinska University Press

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. Stockholm : VINNOVA Analysis VA . Retrieved May 1, 2011, from http://www.vinnova.se/upload/EPiStorePDF/va-03-02.pdf . Science and Technology Policy Research and Information Center 2008 Global

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the third author with Boris Shapiro and Jens Forsgård from the University of Stockholm on sign patterns and compatible pairs. The third author expresses his gratitude to the Universities of Stockholm and Carthage for their kind hospitality, and also to

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