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The regional development policy appears as a coherent set of planned measures - enlisted in the National Development Programme and in the National Regional Development Plans - and promoted by the authorities of the central end local administration, based on the principle of partnership with various actors (private, public or volunteers), in order to assure a dynamic and sustainable economic and social growth, by an efficient valorification of the regional and local potential.
The definition of the regional development policy in Romania needs to answer two pressures, namely: one of general order, which imposes the acceptance of the EU rules and objectives and the coordination of the regional development policy with the way the regional development policy is understood and applied at the level of the community countries; the second, of particular order, springs from the situation Romania experiences, namely its still insufficient preparation to face the extremely competitive environment of the “unique market” within the EU.
To implement a regional development policy compatible and comparable to the EU policy in this domain, according to the “Green Charter of Regional Development in Romania”, elaborated by the Government of Romania and the European Commission, even since the year 1997, eight development regions have been defined (which must not be viewed as administrative-territorial units, as they do not have juridical personality, so that they must not be mistakenly taken for the counties).
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Extension to full-text features
We have emphasized the use of metadata as features for text mining, in part because full-text of biomedical articles has not been generally accessible. The PubMed Central Open Access dataset currently contains 1.8 million full-text articles available for download in the XML format. This can be augmented further by precomputing features that can be archived for use by others. For example, Europe PMC ( https://europepmc.org/advancesearch ) has delineated article section
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limited forms of data availability, particularly for data that may need protections of privacy and intellectual property, protection of human research participants, etc.
Much data resulting from externally funded research can be made available, but some data simply cannot or will ever be completely and freely open. Data should be made open to the fullest extent possible (open access, open use, open license), but there are important cases where controls on the data must be in place. For this latter data, an accommodating principle coined by the European Union Horizon