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co-occurrence matrix reports the relationship among different disciplines of N&N, as operationalized as WCs. The matrix construction is the basic work for analyzing disciplinary network structure and disciplinary cliques here. WCs provide an effective level of measurement of discipline for the study of interdisciplinary processes ( National Academies Committee on Facilitating Interdisciplinary Research, 2005 ). The 225 or so WCs (the number is adjusted slightly over time) reflect sub-disciplines (e.g. Organic Chemistry). WCs have been selected to map science
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recursion in the evaluation of the accumulated advantages ( Price, 1976 ). Unlike these other measures, in PWR the disadvantages are appreciated equally with the advantages; the “power” (gains) is divided by the “weakness” (losses). In studies of sporting tournament (e.g. crickets), the ranking using PWR was found to outperform other rankings ( Prathap, 2014 ).
In this study, we respond to this proposal in detail by testing PWR empirically in the citation matrix of 83 journals assigned to the Web-of-Science (WoS) category “Library and Information Science” (LIS) in the
application of panoramic photos for reconstructing the caves in virtual space makes the DL visually appealing to the participants. The visual appearances of the DL were regarded as highly detailed, of superior quality, high resolution and realism. Some participants (e.g. No. 03 and No. 06) found the sunlight effects on the main page “ quite advanced ” and “ looks like real ,” as the angle of shinning changed as soon as the participants moved their mouse to change the view.
However, the visual appearance of the homepage was criticized by participants, for a large part of
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innovative companies and top-ranked universities). Additionally, Didcot has 25 thousand inhabitants and is 16 km south of Oxford. Didcot is home to the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, a world-renowned research centre for particle physics and space science.
Cities such as Villejuif, Menlo Park, and Didcot can be characterised the same way; they are smaller cities, towns, or villages located in metropolitan areas and are home to quasi-independent research institutions (e.g., national laboratories) generally operating under the umbrella of prestigious universities
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