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Adrian Man, Cosmin Moldovan and Minodora Dobreanu

:// 4. Revista română de medicină de laborator [Internet]. [cited 2013 Dec 1]. Available from: 5. license_to_publish.pdf [Internet]. [cited 2013 Nov 23]. Available from: 6. Creative Commons - Attribution-NonCommercial- NoDerivs 3.0 Romania - CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 RO [Internet]. [cited 2013 Nov 23]. Available from: 7. Editorial Manager® [Internet]. [cited 2013 Nov 23

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M. Korzeniewski, K. Kulikowski, J. Zakis, M. Jasinski and A. Malinowski

efficiency contactless energy transfer system with power electronic resonant converter”, Bull. Pol. Ac.: Tech. 57 (4), 375‒381 (2009). [10] A.J. Moradewicz and M.P. Kazmierkowski, “Contactless Energy Transfer System With FPGA-Controlled Resonant Converter”, IEEE Trans. on Industrial Electronics 57 (9), doi:10.1109/TIE.2010.2051395, 3181‒3190 (2010). [11] Web site, (2014). [12] A. Espinoza, Y. Penya, J.C. Nieves, M. Ortega, A. Pena and D. Rodriguez, “Supporting Business Workflows in Smart Grids: An

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Gary Marchionini

DL 96 and JCDL 2006. He serves or has served on a dozen editorial boards and is a former president of the American Society of Information Science and Technology. He has had funding from the US National Science Foundation and other agencies and from Microsoft, Google, and IBM. His current interests and projects are related to interfaces that support information seeking and information retrieval, usability of personal health records, alternative representations for electronic documents, multimedia browsing strategies, digital libraries, and evaluation of interactive

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Ying Ding and Kyle Stirling

papers which have received over 4,000 times of citation. She is the Co-Editor of Semantic Web Synthesis by Morgan & Claypool and serves editorial board of several leading international journals. Scientific Discovery Scientific discovery revolves around the process of problem solving. It either uses existing well-established methods to explore a new area or invents new methods to solve existing problems. Either way, it is a journey into unknown terrain. Trial- and-error remains the most common approach to testing new ideas, learning from failures, and

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Tim C. E. Engels and Raf Guns

important example of this is the addition of an extra criterion from the first version of the VABB-SHW onwards: a publication must have at least four pages. The rationale behind this is to exclude the myriad of editorials, opinion pieces etc. that are often registered as regular articles but typically count less than four pages. Furthermore, the GP can propose changes to the government. In 2012, this has led to changing the weight of books as editor from 2 to 1. Several changes have occurred to the workflow since the first version of the VABB-SHW. In 2010 the Flemish

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Neil R. Smalheiser and Aaron M. Cohen

important efforts have been made to streamline text mining workflows by providing a library of natural language processing (NLP) tools (e.g., stemmers, parsers, and named entity recognizers) that can be connected together in a pipeline Manning, Surdeanu, Bauer, Finkel, Bethard, McClosky, D., 2014 ; Savova, Masanz, Ogren, Zheng, Sohn, Kipper-Schuler, Chute, 2010 ; Batista-Navarro, Carter, Ananiadou, 2016 ; Clarke, Srikumar, Sammons, Roth, 2012 ). In addition, there are valuable machine learning packages that provide machine learning algorithms in a user-friendly manner

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Qiang He

lacking knowledge. On the one hand, they should investigate the research environment of clinical surgery to expand their understanding of the entire workflow management of medical research. On the other hand, the collaboration between subject librarians and clinicians subtly affects researchers’ data management awareness and data management skills. In addition, it promotes the progress of the library’s data services by providing a model and practical guidance for medical universities in establishing clinical surgery services. Conflicts of interest All

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Will R. Thomas, Benjamin Galewsky, Sandeep Puthanveetil Satheesan, Gregory Jansen, Richard Marciano, Shannon Bradley, Jong Lee, Luigi Marini and Kenton McHenry

( McHenry et al., 2017 ). The objective of Brown Dog was to create Digital Infrastructure Building Blocks (DIBBs) as modules to power next-generation digital collections. These modules are discoverable services that can operate within a framework capable of powering parallel pipelines for ingesting, transforming, preserving, and recomposing digital records and surrogates. This repository platform provides a web interface and standard data storage application programming interfaces (APIs) enabling a Brown Dog workflow to scale as the volume of ingested data and the size of