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film, microcrystalline film, damage cell, control temperature, refractive index, light-receiving surface, anti-reflection film, transparent conductor, form barrier, lower resistance, masking method, resist effect, bio-based substrate, photoresist layer

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2000 Semantic similarities between a keyword database and a controlled vocabulary database: An investigation in the antibiotic resistance literature . Journal of the American Society for Information Science 51 2 166 – 180 10.1002/(SICI)1097

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agriculture industry is high, the government focused on environmental science and agronomy. The focus was an outcome of the resistance to the fast-paced industrialization of the 1990s. Rapid population growth and diminishing resources aroused public attention

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. Boyd-Barrett , O 1998 Media imperialism reformulated DK Thussu eds. Electronic empires: Global media and local resistance Arnold London 157 – 176

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recent one when research seemed more focused on the observed limits of treatment in improving the quality of patients’ lives (“resistance” or “relapse”) and the distribution of the pathology within the population at large. These results reflect

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his/her previous relevant research, which makes the self-citations of co-authored articles close to single-authored ones. On the other hand, if co-authors have equivalent seniority, the mutual resistance will lead to each co-author contributing less of

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Authors: Jun-Ying Fu, Xu Zhang, Yun-Hua Zhao, He-Feng Tong, Dar-Zen Chen and Mu-Hsuan Huang

resistance trigeminal neuralgia patient by acupuncture . Clinics 2009 64 12 1225 – 1226 10.1590/S1807-59322009001200014 . Shi , Q , Xu , B , Xu , XM , Xiao , YH , Wang , W , Wang , HS

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Authors: Daniel De Filippo, Fernando Casani, Carlos García-Zorita, Preiddy Efraín-García and Elías Sanz-Casado

scenario. The first, “resistance to change”, implies that the university is expected to grow in a scantly changing environment, in which the status quo is maintained and guidelines that have worked in the past continue to be adopted. The

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situations, for example in political debates. We assume that the strength of influence on others and of resistance to such influences depends only on agent's commitment to currently held theory. This is obviously another simplification, as we bundle all

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of assessing research performance and linking funding to the outcomes of the assessment. Nevertheless, it shows more resistance, in wholly or partly replacing peer review with metrics, than newcomers in particular Australia. The members of the

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