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An Automatic Method to Identify Citations to Journals in News Stories: A Case Study of UK Newspapers Citing Web of Science Journals

contexts (“Science fiction stories are”, “Nature conservation issues are”). Nevertheless, there could also be relevant results not mentioning the term journal , such as “a study published in Science” or “The findings, which have been published in Science magazine”, where these are indirectly flagged as academic journals. Many news stories do not explicitly name their sources. For instance, internationally, newspapers (The New York Times, Le Figaro and Le Monde, El País and La Vanguardia, La Repubblica, and the International Herald Tribune) seem to cite journal

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A Criteria-based Assessment of the Coverage of Scopus and Web of Science

% 23 % 30 % 497 Archaeology and Conservation 30 % 22 % 24 % 345 Musicology 30 % 22 % 31 % 196 Slavonic Studies 28 % 22 % 35 % 54 History 26 % 13 % 20 % 518 Theology and religion 22 % 8 % 15 % 811 Literature 19 % 13 % 16 % 374 Theatre and Drama 18 % 14 % 21 % 57 Ethnology 13 % 4 % 13 % 184 Interdisciplinary Humanities 12 % 8 % 14 % 377 Scandinavian Studies 11 % 3 % 5 % 331 Medicine & health Dermatology and Venerology

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Rediscovering Don Swanson:The Past, Present and Future of Literature-based Discovery

, in retrospect, the discovery could have been made simply by inspection of the public data available at the UCSC Genome Browser https://genome.ucsc.edu/ . This website brings together dozens of different types of genomic data that are calculated or measured, for example, predicted transcription factor binding regions, cross-species conservation levels, and so on. Each type of data is superimposed on the reference genome, and users can open up and visualize any number of the data sets to observe them in juxtaposition with each other. Two of the data tracks show a

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Coordinator Role Mobility Method for Increasing the Life Expectancy of Wireless Sensor Networks

References [1] S. Basagni, A. Carosi, and C. Petrioli, “Controlled Vs. Uncontrolled Mobility in Wireless Sensor Networks: Some Performance Insights,” in 2007 IEEE 66th Vehicular Technology Conference, Sep. 2007. pp. 269-273. https://doi.org/10.1109/vetecf.2007.70 [2] D. M. Blough and P. Santi, “Investigating upper bounds on network lifetime extension for cell-based energy conservation techniques in stationary ad hoc networks,” in Proceedings of the 8th annual international conference on Mobile computing and networking - MobiCom

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Developing the Reconfiguration Method to Increase Life Expectancy of Dynamic Wireless Sensor Network in Container Terminal

R eferences [1] S. Basagni, A. Carosi and C. Petrioli, “Controlled vs. uncontrolled mobility in wireless sensor networks: Some performance insights,” in IEEE 66th Vehicular Technology Conference , Baltimore, MD, 2007, pp. 269–273. https://doi.org/10.1109/VETECF.2007.70 [2] D. M. Blough and P. Santi, “Investigating upper bounds on network lifetime extension for cell-based energy conservation techniques in stationary ad hoc networks,” in Proceedings of the 8th annual international conference on Mobile computing and networking. (MobiCom ’02), New

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An Overview of the Use of GML in Modern Spatial Data Infrastructures

Geospatial Consortium, Inc., 2010. [Online]. Available: http://www.opengeospatial.org/standards I. Rinne , "Introducing OCG Web Services at FMI", 19 th EGOWS 2008, 9-12 June, Ljubljana, Slovenia, ARSO, 2008. [Online]. Available: http://www.arso.gov.si/egows2008/FMI_introducing_ogc_web_services_Rinne.pdf T. Hamre, H. Krasemann, S. Groom, D. Dunne , G. Breitbach, B. Hackett, K. Sørensen and S. Sandven, "Interoperable web GIS services for marine pollution monitoring and forecasting", Journal of Coastal Conservation, vol

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