Authors:Hildrun Kretschmer, Liang Liming, and Ramesh Kundra
The growing importance of collaboration in research and the still underdeveloped state-of-the-art of research on collaboration
have encouraged scientists from16 countries to establish a global interdisciplinary research network under the title “Collaboration
in Science and in Technology” (COLLNET)with Berlin as its virtual centre which has been set up on January 1st, 2000.The network
is to comprise the prominent scientists, who work at present mostly in the field of quantitative science studies. The intention
is to work together in co-operation both on theoretical and applied aspects.
Authors:D. R. Amancio, M. G. V. Nunes, O. N. Oliveira Jr., and L. da F. Costa
results, we suggest a virtual citation approach, where citations are artificially established according the content similarity between papers and references. This was implemented to complement the relationships among articles, which gives rise to a virtual
Authors:Katy Börner, Wolfgang Glänzel, Andrea Scharnhorst, and Peter van den Besselaar
advice and support. This work was supported by the COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology) action MP0801—“Physics of Competition and Conflicts,” the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW), in particular the Virtual Knowledge
In this paper we study left amenability of Lau algebras by introducing left approximate diagonal and virtual diagonal for Lau algebras. Some results related to Hahn-Banach theorem property on foundation topological semigroups are obtained. We introduce the left contractibility of Lau algebras. Some examples for clarifying that left contractibility of Lau algebras is stronger than left amenability of them are given.
Authors:Chuanfu Chen, Yuan Yu, Qiong Tang, Kuei Chiu, Yan Rao, Xuan Huang, and Kai Sun
and government agencies, and their authority performance ranks the second among the seven types of resources, with an average score of 3.81. The authority of personal web resources ranks the third at 3.62. However, the virtual community resources have
Authors:Liming Liang, Lixin Chen, Yishan Wu, and Junpeng Yuan
been held during the last 11 years. Havemann and Katz once commented: COLLNET is an international network of investigators that has a goal to gain a deeper understanding of collaborative activities and processes. In fact, COLLNET is a virtual network of
author, the book is the accompanying material of, and should be viewed as being in unity with an exhibition of science maps, presented in multiple ways (included in the book, organized as a virtual and a physical exhibit, too). 1 In this setting, a main