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Jiao Li, Si Zheng, Hongyu Kang, Zhen Hou and Qing Qian

U.S. National Institute of Health funding ( Green et al., 2015 ). All of the grantees consciously deposit their data to a public database, and they serve as the data author. To make a collection of enduring scientific data and create a sustainable data ecosystem, all of the key players of data management, such as data author, data curator, data user, and funding agencies, actively fulfill their responsibilities ( Bourne, Lorsch, & Green, 2015 ; National Science Board, 2005 ). For this data management lifecycle, data authors conform to the data standard and data

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Chaocheng He, Panhao Ma, Lusha Zhou and Jiang Wu

Proceedings of NIPS Workshop on Data Driven Education Yang, D., Wen, M., & Rose, C. (2014). Peer influence on attrition in massively open online courses. In the Proceedings of 7 th International Conference on Educational Data Mining. Yang D. Wen M. Rose C. 2014 Peer influence on attrition in massively open online courses In the Proceedings of 7 th International Conference on Educational Data Mining Zhan, Z., Fong, P.S.W., Mei, H., Chang, X., Liang, T., & Ma, Z. (2015). Sustainability education in massive open online courses: A content analysis approach. Sustainability

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Cinzia Daraio

weaknesses affect both the modeling and the empirical results. The concepts of big data, little data, and even no data remains poorly understood in the current big data era. Efforts to promote better data management, sharing, credit, and attribution are well intentioned, but stakeholders disagree on the starting points, the end goals, and the path in between. Lacking agreement on what entities are data, it remains difficult to establish policies for sharing releasing, deposing, crediting, attributing, citing, and sustaining access that can accommodate the diversity of data

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Jon Garner, Alan L. Porter, Andreas Leidolf and Michelle Baker

1 Introduction To help evaluate the performance of a large interdisciplinary, cross-institutional research project, we addressed a challenging complex of attributes. The five-year “innovative Urban Transitions and Aridregion Hydro-sustainability” (iUTAH) project was initiated in 2012 with support from the US National Science Foundation’s (NSF) “Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research” (EPSCoR). The iUTAH research proposal mandated a comprehensive research collaboration assessment in Year 5 that would “…analyze the publication and citation

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Daniela Fernandez Espinosa and Lu Xiao

International Autumn Meeting on Power, Electronics and Computing 17 17 400 408 Gaucher, D., Friesen, J., & Kay, A.C. (2011). Evidence that gendered wording in job advertisements exists and sustains gender inequality. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 101(1), 109–128. 10.1037/a0022530 Gaucher D. Friesen J. Kay A.C. 2011 Evidence that gendered wording in job advertisements exists and sustains gender inequality Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 101 1 109 128 Gonzalez, F. (2015). New Twitter tool promising better targeting. (Merka 2.0). Retrieved from

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Xinyue Yang and Qinjian Yuan

: Results from a monte carlo simulation study and an electronic-mail emotion/adoption study Information Systems Research 14 2 189 217 Chiou, J.S. (2004). The antecedents of consumers’ loyalty toward Internet service providers. Information & Management, 41(6), 685–695. 10.1016/ Chiou J.S. 2004 The antecedents of consumers’ loyalty toward Internet service providers Information & Management 41 6 685 695 Choi, Y., & Mai, D.Q. (2018). The sustainable role of the e-trust in the B2C e-commerce of Vietnam. Sustainability, 10(1), 291. 10.3390/su10010291 Choi Y

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Lixue Zou, Li Wang, Yingqi Wu, Caroline Ma, Sunny Yu and Xiwen Liu

1 Introduction Today, R&D plays important roles in enhancing national competitiveness and sustainability. Many traditionally scientifically under-developed countries are now catching up and the global R&D landscape has seen dramatic changes. Facing the continuing competition, researchers, technology innovators, and policy makers all need to grasp the structure and developments of global research and innovation, so dynamical monitoring and dignosing of research fields become a strategic endeavor at higher levels of research planning and policy making

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Yaoyao Song, Torben Schubert, Huihui Liu and Guoliang Yang

undergraduate, master and Ph.D. students taught or trained in the universities each year. It seems that research as an important mission of universities has often dominated the other core mission of higher education, teaching, in recent years. However, it is necessary to recognize that teaching or training students to provide high-quality human resources for the future is of considerable importance for the sustainability of universities in the long run. A variety of measures of teaching or training students have been developed and used in extensive existing literature (e

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Chaomei Chen

year by year based on terms identified by Latent Semantic Indexing (LSI) ( Deerwester et al., 1990 ). The year-by-year labels can be displayed in a table or above the corresponding timeline. Users may control the displays interactively. Figure 8 A timeline visualization of the largest clusters of the total of 603 clusters. Clusters are numbered from 0, i.e. Cluster #0 is the largest cluster and Cluster #1 is the second largest one. As shown in the timeline overview, the sustainability of a specialty varies. Some clusters sustain a period over 20 years

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Yaşar Tonta

disperse them every year as “pocket money” to the authors of some 10,000 papers that appear mostly in journals with relatively low impact factors. Sustainability of the existing support program should also be considered and its impact should be monitored more often. Such support programs should function as a leverage to speed up the scientific and economic development of countries.A thorough study as to why the support program did not seem to function as intended should be carried out. After a comprehensive review of existing support programs, new policies should be