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International Review of Applied Sciences and Engineering
Authors:
Ahmed S. Al-Zuhairi
,
Alaa H. Altimimy
,
Ali T. Al-Aqbi
, and
Hazim M. Al-Kargole

, communications, battery production technology and others of power sources [ 3–6 ]. Additional subjects are involved as network management, routing, types of protocols applied. Estimating capacity of transmitted data, network lifetime, maintenance, and fault

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. Chetty , S. – Blankenburg Holm , D. ( 2000 ): Internationalisation of Small to Medium-Sized Manufacturing Firms: A Network Approach . International Business Review 9 ( 1 ): 77 – 93

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Chile's Colchagua Valley is both a geographical cluster of wineries and a dynamic learning network of wine-making professionals. A principal-agent problem arises in that the latter knowledge network is frowned upon by owners and top managers. Whereas experts aim at maximising quality, firms are interested in profits. Individual, personal success as a world-class expert is worth more to each professional, than to the respective winery. This conflict is compounded by traditional, authoritarian industrial relations. Multiple regression results confirm that expert network activity is a very poor predictor of award-winning international performance, or profits.

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]: Global Production Networks, Knowledge Diffusion, and Local Capability Formation. Research Policy , 31(8–9). Evgeniev, E. (2008): Industrial and Firm Upgrading in the European Periphery . Sofia: Professor

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Follow the Rivers?•

Group identity, interactions and the role of rivers in late Hallstatt southern Pannonia

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Csoportidentitás, interakciók és a folyók szerepe a késő Hallstatt-kori dél-pannoniai régióban
Archaeologiai Értesítő
Author:
Bence Soós

which is supposed to have forged and maintained these contacts. 3 With the help of basic network models, in the followings I investigate how contacts and interactions might have been forged and what motivated the creation of such ties between the

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] Replika 29 139 150 Amblard, F. (2003): Simultaning Social Networks: A Review of Three Books. JASSS

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Canadian Income Tax System: A Proposal for Reform Kickert, W. J. M. - Koppenjan, J. F. M. (1997): Public management and network management. In: Kickert, W. J. M. et al. (eds

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Longer-term seeding effects on epidemic processes: a network approach

A korai fertőzések helyzetének hosszú távú hatásai a járványterjedésre: egy hálózati megközelítés

Scientia et Securitas
Authors:
Gergely Ódor
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Domonkos Czifra
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Júlia Komjáthy
,
László Lovász
, and
Márton Karsai

processes on complex networks. Cambridge University Press. 3 Barthelemy, M. (2011) Spatial networks. Physics Reports, Vol. 499. No. 1–3. pp. 1

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Social Networks: Analysis of Key Features and Prediction of Tie Strength in Facebook. Computer Communications , 36 , 1130–1144. Passarella A. Egocentric Online Social Networks

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Scientometrics
Authors:
Katy Börner
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Weixia Huang
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Micah Linnemeier
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Russell Duhon
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Patrick Phillips
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Nianli Ma
,
Angela Zoss
,
Hanning Guo
, and
Mark Price

Abstract  

The enormous increase in digital scholarly data and computing power combined with recent advances in text mining, linguistics, network science, and scientometrics make it possible to scientifically study the structure and evolution of science on a large scale. This paper discusses the challenges of this ‘BIG science of science’—also called ‘computational scientometrics’ research—in terms of data access, algorithm scalability, repeatability, as well as result communication and interpretation. It then introduces two infrastructures: (1) the Scholarly Database (SDB) (http://sdb.slis.indiana.edu), which provides free online access to 22 million scholarly records—papers, patents, and funding awards which can be cross-searched and downloaded as dumps, and (2) Scientometrics-relevant plug-ins of the open-source Network Workbench (NWB) Tool (http://nwb.slis.indiana.edu). The utility of these infrastructures is then exemplarily demonstrated in three studies: a comparison of the funding portfolios and co-investigator networks of different universities, an examination of paper-citation and co-author networks of major network science researchers, and an analysis of topic bursts in streams of text. The article concludes with a discussion of related work that aims to provide practically useful and theoretically grounded cyberinfrastructure in support of computational scientometrics research, education and practice.

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