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; general measures for producing and maintaining effective functioning of machines or installations; thermal insulation in general), G05 (controlling; regulating), B65 (conveying; packing; storing; handling thin or filamentary), A63 (sports; games

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A debate has occurred recently over the issue whether it is possible to account for differences in results when using various versions of theScience Citation Index for the measurement of national performance in terms of numbers of scientific publications. This article provides an overview of the various arguments which have been made, and reports that recent reorganization in the on-line installations (SciSearch) should make it possible to circumvene one of the major sources of error.

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Scientometrics
Authors: Renato X. Coutinho, Eliziane S. Dávila, Wendel M. dos Santos, João B. T. Rocha, Diogo O. G. Souza, Vanderlei Folmer and Robson L. Puntel

appear new centers of scientific production in other regions (see Fig. 6 ). This process is taking place through public investment in construction and installation of research centers in universities in the poorest regions. It would be expected that

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and energy crisis broke out. The largest solar electric generating system CSP installation could reach up to 354 MW. Similar with CSP, the global PV power industry has advanced considerably over the past 20 years. And manufacturing output has grown by

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construction and installation (ING-IND/02). In general, there is strong heterogeneity of data for the SDSs within the individual areas. For example, Industrial and Information engineering, which we observed has the SDS with the absolute maximum percentage of

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Scientometrics
Authors: Vincent Larivière, Etienne Vignola-Gagné, Christian Villeneuve, Pascal Gélinas and Yves Gingras

( 1986 ) found that male adjunct professors from the University of Michigan received more money for their laboratories and had access to better installations than their female colleagues. Similar results were obtained in an analysis of the status of women

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