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Can Author Collaboration Reveal Impact? The Case of h-index [article]

Giannis Nikolentzos, George Panagopoulos, Iakovos Evdaimon, Michalis Vazirgiannis
2021 arXiv   pre-print
From hiring committees in academic institutions to governmental agencies that distribute funding, an author's scientific success as measured by the h-index is a vital point to their career.  ...  Furthermore, we found that the proposed method outperforms standard machine learning techniques based on simple graph metrics along with node representations learned from the textual content of the author's  ...  Results obtained from statistical analysis or from applying simple machine learning models have shown that in some cases, the impact of an author is indeed related to their structural role in the coauthorship  ... 
arXiv:2104.05562v1 fatcat:nthyv3bxtzf4vdpt4cye2u35b4

Proclaiming Intellectual Authority Through Classification: The Case of the Seven Epitomes

Hur-Li Lee, Wen-Chin Lan
2011 Knowledge organization  
In 2006, she received a Fulbright Scholar Research Award to study traditional Chinese bibliography at Peking University (Beijing, China) for five months.  ...  To summarize, previous research has covered a rich variety of interests and issues germane to classification research.  ...  As reported above, the study limited its examination to only one of the major dimensions of the classification in question.  ... 
doi:10.5771/0943-7444-2011-1-25 fatcat:kgqdp3povff3ro3h3jacthcb6e

Authors and Writing [chapter]

Martin Paul Eve
2022 The Digital Humanities and Literary Studies  
The chapter begins with a history of stylometric thinking, ranging from approximately 1851 through to contemporary multi-dimensional fingerprinting techniques, such as Burrows's delta method.  ...  Clement on Gertrude Stein), court cases that have turned on stylometry, the Mosteller and Wallace methods applied to the Federalist papers, stylistic analyses of Flann O'Brien and James Joyce (James O'Sullivan  ...  As Brennan and Greenstadt note, 'in many historical matters, author-ship has been unintentionally lost to time and it can be assumed that the authors did not have the knowledge or inclination to attempt  ... 
doi:10.1093/oso/9780198850489.003.0002 fatcat:k2lefcj7sjab7fvxbhzhuqz4ny

Continuous Use of Authoring for Adaptive Educational Hypermedia: A Long-term Case Study

Jonathan G.K. Foss, Alexandra I. Cristea, Maurice Hendrix
2010 2010 10th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies  
Adaptive educational hypermedia allows lessons to be personalized according to the needs of the learner.  ...  Keywords -adaptive educational hypermedia, authoring tools I.  ...  To do this, the author (often, the teacher, but in some cases, a dedicated course designer) must first divide the content into standalone fragments, annotated with sufficient, semantically rich meta-data  ... 
doi:10.1109/icalt.2010.59 dblp:conf/icalt/FossCH10 fatcat:o62oqrofcrb4tmnw6dtuytconm

RDF Authoring in Wikis

Florian Schmedding, Christoph Hanke, Thomas Hornung
2008 Semantic Wiki Workshop  
To gain further insights, we implemented an RDFa-capable extension for MediaWiki and report on improvements for wiki use cases and other applications on top of the contained data.  ...  Although the Semantic Web vision is gaining momentum and the underlying technologies are used in many different areas, there still seems to be no agreement on how they should be used in everyday documents  ...  The goal of our approach is to have full RDF expressivity while retaining the proximity of metadata and normal textual content.  ... 
dblp:conf/semwiki/SchmeddingHH08 fatcat:3t256dve6zdapi36leemobka2i

Roles, Authority and Involvement of the Management Accounting Function: A Multiple Case-study Perspective

Caroline Lambert, Samuel Sponem
2011 The European Accounting Review  
From this in-depth analysis of management accountants' styles and roles we move on to discuss the authority they hold and the independence/involvement dilemma they face in the workplace.  ...  We explore this paradox and give sense to the various roles played by the management accounting function by focusing on how management accountants are involved in and endowed with authority in decision-making  ...  Acknowledgements The authors are grateful to participants at the European Accounting Association Conference 2009, the Accounting department ESSEC seminar, France, and at the seminar of Ecole de Comptabilité  ... 
doi:10.1080/09638180.2011.629415 fatcat:57erc5szvzawrfxuvg6pvabyf4

Lessons Learned from Authoring for Inquiry Learning: A Tale of Authoring Tool Evolution [chapter]

Tom Murray, Beverly Woolf, David Marshall
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We describe our experience building authoring tools for the Rashi LE, and how working with SMEs lead us through three successive authoring tool designs.  ...  We summarize lessons learned along they way about authoring tool usability. 1  ...  Our solution to this was to segment them into parts where the author chooses one from list A, B, C, or D and one from list X, Y, or Z (this modified interface is not shown).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-30139-4_19 fatcat:plz5v3z6ajczrcwlze5xgcepqu

Authoring LeActiveMath Calculus Content [chapter]

Paul Libbrecht, Christian Gross
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Finally, it presents the management activities to support the authoring process.  ...  It argues that the declaration of new OpenMath symbols is a requirement and explains challenges of authoring semantic mathematical content.  ...  The authors of the whole set of content of LeActiveMath are Christian Gross, Marianne Moormann, Manolis Mavrikis, and Iain Gibson.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11812289_20 fatcat:ywk5tos3c5btbnrvgodo76mg2u

Judicial processes and legal authority in pre-colonial Bali

Helen Creese
2009 Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde  
century, in particular to highlight the fundamental interconnections between textual authority, divine intervention, and customary knowledge, knowledge that the Dutch, in dismissing the textual evidence  ...  ; and what is evident from public knowledge (bukti).  ...  Balinese exegetical textual traditions were indispensable to textual knowledge in the Balinese polyglossic linguistic context; the interpretation of texts relied on sometimes contested knowledge passed  ... 
doi:10.1163/22134379-90003631 fatcat:lqpd6bqbgfcz3bupkje5yhifgu

12.Authors [chapter]

2018 Novels, Readers, and Reviewers  
rather than reporting the sexuality of the text.  ...  The relationship between author and novels is entirely circular, wholly self-contained , and purely textual.  ... 
doi:10.7591/9781501726187-013 fatcat:qox4mckgfvbbpo262y4w7wnscq

Multimedia Authoring for CoPs

Romain Deltour, Agnès Guerraz, Cécile Roisin
2006 European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning  
The main idea is to provide template-based authoring tools while keeping rich composition capabilities and smooth adaptability.  ...  As this information becomes more and more multimedia in nature, the challenge is to build multimedia authoring and publishing tools that meets CoPs requirements.  ...  In the tech reps CoP, a possible workflow is to first create a story report from scratch (1), then to extract a template document from this report (2), along with a dedicated GUI, to ease the creation  ... 
dblp:conf/ectel/DeltourGR06 fatcat:zhedtgfudzecpprve5kejwbnke

PAV ontology: provenance, authoring and versioning

Paolo Ciccarese, Stian Soiland-Reyes, Khalid Belhajjame, Alasdair JG Gray, Carole Goble, Tim Clark
2013 Journal of Biomedical Semantics  
The authors strived to keep PAV lightweight and compact by including only those terms that have demonstrated to be pragmatically useful in existing applications, and by recommending terms from existing  ...  PAV distinguishes between contributors, authors and curators of content and creators of representations in addition to the provenance of originating resources that have been accessed, transformed and consumed  ...  We also would like to thank Paul Groth for helping us validate the mappings between PAV and the PROV model.  ... 
doi:10.1186/2041-1480-4-37 pmid:24267948 pmcid:PMC4177195 fatcat:qslnq733evhktl5fviicm24jce

Extracting and matching authors and affiliations in scholarly documents

Huy Hoang Nhat Do, Muthu Kumar Chandrasekaran, Philip S. Cho, Min Yen Kan
2013 Proceedings of the 13th ACM/IEEE-CS joint conference on Digital libraries - JCDL '13  
In the case of multidisciplinary articles from Google Scholar, Enlil is benchmarked over both clean input (F1 > 90%) and automatically-acquired input (F1 > 80%).  ...  Enlil consists of two steps: one that first identifies authors and affiliations using a conditional random field; and a second support vector machine that connects authors to their affiliations.  ...  In all cases, the performance gain of this feature is very small (from 1.0% to 1.2%).  ... 
doi:10.1145/2467696.2467703 dblp:conf/jcdl/DoCCK13 fatcat:5ltzazfxarguzgjjnb6bhwtg64

Students' Metaphors for Defining Their Learning Experience with Audio-Visible versus Invisible Authors. Results from a Case Study in a Social Science Discipline

Terry Inglese, Francesca Rigotti
2011 Creative Education  
Results show that students perform better when the author to be studied is offered with more media instructional supports, they tend to establish a social relationship with the author, and the quality  ...  We offered students two types of authors to be learned: one through a multimedia video interview in combination with written texts of these authors, defined as the audio-visible authors, and one type of  ...  From the qualitative data collection, we measured the levels of comprehensibility, interest and emotional cohesion students reported to have established with the two types of authors, as well as the types  ... 
doi:10.4236/ce.2011.23025 fatcat:k2kpxbdqergehlz2sl2bnpequ4

Constructing pride, shame, and humiliation as a mechanism of control: A case study of an English local authority child protection service

Matthew Gibson
2016 Children and youth services review  
This information then went together with a range of other information from the computer system to make up the "report card", as a team manager explained: "She said there is a team 'report card' which details  ...  Study Design and Methodology The purpose of this case study was to gain knowledge of an example to provide an insight into the role of self-conscious emotions in social work practice (Thomas, 2010) .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.childyouth.2016.09.016 fatcat:5xx2xn742be43c2h5rlimvgqla
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