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Enhancing a Traditional Health Care System of an Organization for Better Service with Agent Technology by Ensuring Confidentiality of Patients’ Medical Information

. Agent-Based Applications in Health Care-Applications of Software Agent Technology in the Health Care Domain. Whitestein Series in Software Agent Technologies, Birkhauser Verlag, 2003. 18. Zheng, S., W. Li, X. Peng, H. Zhao, C. Zhang. Research on Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise Based on Multi-Agent. - In: International Conference on Computer, Mechatronics, Control and Electronic Engineering (CMCE’10), Vol. 1, 2010, 493-496. 19. Wang, F., Y. Yuan, Y. Pan, B. Hu. Study on the Principles of the Intelligent Diet Arrangement System

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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

, stories with duplicate titles in different editions (e.g., Scotland, Eire or Ulster regions) were deleted. Some news stories had the same contents but slightly different headlines, as shown in the Daily Mirror example below. Hence, news stories with the same abstract as a previous story were removed (in the example below: “Bosses at the Prostate Cancer Charity point out that men who ate the most eggs in the study were also more likely to smoke, be overweight, take less exercise and have a poor diet - all risk factors for the disease which kills 10,000 in the UK

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Redesigning the Model of Book Evaluation in the Polish Performance-based Research Funding System

book publishing: Its information sources for evaluation in the social sciences and humanities Research Evaluation 26 2 91 101 Retrieved from http://doi.org/10.1093/reseval/rvx007 Giménez Toledo, E. (2016). Assessment of journal & book publishers in the Humanities and Social Sciences in Spain. In M. Ochsner, S. E. Hug, & D. Hans-Dieter (Eds.), Research Assessment in the Humanities: Towards Criteria and Procedures (pp. 91–102). Cham: Springer International Publishing. Retrieved from http://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-29016-4_8 10

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Under-reporting of Adverse Events in the Biomedical Literature

reasons can be summarized as follows: if a potential foundational ‘cause’ for a disease (a foundational cause is a fundamental tangible cause that, in theory, is under human control, such as smoking, drinking, poor diet, excess exposure to radiation, overexposure to harmful chemicals, etc.) has not been researched, or its relevant data have not been entered into a tracking database, or has not been published in the appropriate venue, it will not show up in scientometric-type studies as a foundational ‘cause’. There is a vast body of literature describing the under

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Understanding the Correlations between Social Attention and Topic Trends of Scientific Publications

more than doubled since 1980 where two million children under age five were overweight or obese in 2013 ( WHO, 2015 ). In America the large majority of American adults are obese, making it a nationwide epidemic. The condition has been implicated as a leading factor in deadly diseases such as heart disease, stroke, and diabetes. Obesity has become a focus of attention for broader audiences, including scientific researchers, social media users, medical experts, and patients themselves. Obesity-related topics, including diet, lifestyle, and child obesity, are frequently

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

inside of a Larger Field of Investigation My own group has focused recently on linking sub-fields that reside within a larger field of investigation. For example, consider the field of prostate cancer research. Some articles study experimental tumors in mice; some follow people for effects of diet and smoking on risk; some study molecular changes inside tumor cells; some are medicinal chemistry studies, modifying drugs for better solubility or potency or fewer side effects. Not all people in the field of prostate cancer research read all these articles! More to the

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An Empirical Analysis of Traceability in the Monero Blockchain

, Clément Fischer, Shruti Tople, and Prateek Saxena. A traceability analysis of Monero’s blockchain. In Simon N. Foley, Dieter Gollmann, and Einar Snekkenes, editors, Computer Security - ESORICS 2017: 22nd European Symposium on Research in Computer Security, Oslo, Norway, September 1-15, 2017, Proceedings, Part II, pages 153-173. Springer International Publishing, 2017. [16] Adam Mackenzie, Surae Noether, and Monero Core Team. MRL-0004: Improving obfuscation in the CryptoNote protocol. https://lab.getmonero.org/pubs/MRL-0004.pdf, January 2015

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Privacy Attitudes of Smart Speaker Users

Danielle Lottridge. Understanding the Long-Term Use of Smart Speaker Assistants. Proc. ACM Interact. Mob. Wearable Ubiquitous Technol. , 2(3):91:1–91:24, September 2018. [7] Dieter Bohn. Amazon says 100 million Alexa devices have been sold. The Verge , January 2019. [8] Phoebe Braithwaite. Smart home tech is being turned into a tool for domestic abuse. Wired , July 2018. [9] Joseph Bugeja, Andreas Jacobsson, and Paul Davidsson. On privacy and security challenges in smart connected homes. In 2016 European Intelligence and Security Informatics

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Blocking-resistant communication through domain fronting

://kscope.news.cs.nyu.edu/pub/TR-2008-918.pdf . [57] Tor Project. #4744: GFW probes based on Tor’s SSL cipher list, Dec. 2011. https://bugs.torproject.org/4744 . [58] Tor Project. #8860: Registration over App Engine, May 2013. https://bugs.torproject.org/8860 . [59] Tor Project. #12778: Put meek HTTP headers on a diet, Aug. 2014. https://bugs.torproject.org/12778 . [60] Tor Project. Bridge users using transport meek, May 2015. https://metrics.torproject.org/userstats-bridge-transport.html?graph=userstats-bridge-transport&end=2015-05-15&transport=meek . [61] Tor

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