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Hasse diagrams In order to compare the different bibliometric indices, the Hasse diagram technique for partial ordering was used in this paper. The partial order ranking is an approach which recognises that not all the elements can be directly

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2005 ; Wang et al. 2010 ), but also in totally different networks such as food webs (ecology) and Hasse diagrams such as the partial order graph derived from a Lorenz curve (Nijssen et al. 1998 ). This article provides a simple analysis of

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* represents accent. (19) Hargus and Beavert (2006 , 183): OTSoft 9 -generated ranking in a Hasse diagram The ranking of the constraints in (18) and the Ichishkiin case in general became a unique example of a stress system that seemingly requires a high

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-local disharmony is distinguished depending on whether the vowels in the disharmonic string are strictly adjacent (L OCAL ) or separated by other vowels (N ON L OCAL ). The ordering of these constraints is summarised in the Hasse diagram in (11) below, where two

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