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作者:Thomas A. Fox , Arvind P. Ravikumar , Chris H. Hugenholtz ...
来源:[J].Elem Sci Anth, 2019, Vol.7 (1)Ubiquity Press
摘要:Fugitive methane emissions from the oil and gas sector are typically addressed through periodic leak detection and repair surveys. These surveys, conducted manually using handheld leak detection technologies, are time-consuming. To improve the speed and cost-effectiveness of...
作者:Edoardo Cavirani , Marc Van Oostendorp
来源:[J].Glossa: a journal of general linguistics, 2019, Vol.4 (1)Ubiquity Press
摘要:In the literature on Dutch morphosyntactic microvariation, it is sometimes assumed that a subpart of Dutch dialects lack certain morphemes, because they have no direct phonetic exponent. More careful analyses, however, suggest that these dialects display so-called zero morphemes,...
作者:Hailey J. Austin
来源:[J].The Comics Grid: Journal of Comics Scholarship, 2019, Vol.9 (1)Ubiquity Press
摘要:Juan Díaz Canales and Juanjo Guarnido’s Blacksad is a comic series that evokes the noir tradition through thematic and visual callbacks to noir films and comics. As they use noir tropes, the comics illuminate the tensions in both noir and comics. Yet, Blacksad stands out as ...
作者:Kevin McMullin , Gunnar Ólafur Hansson
来源:[J].Laboratory Phonology: Journal of the Association for Laboratory Phonology, 2019, Vol.10 (1)Ubiquity Press
摘要:This paper reports on a series of artificial grammar learning experiments focused on locality relations in patterns of long-distance consonant agreement (harmony) and disagreement (dissimilation). Participants in experimental conditions were exposed to dependencies affecting...
作者:Julian Stieg , Peter Marks , Lasse Gerrits
来源:[J].Journal of Open Research Software, 2019, Vol.7 (1)Ubiquity Press
摘要:UN-CODE is a web-based tool for structuring and visualizing collective decision-making processes using qualitative, case-based data. It offers a database management tool and visualization method in one. The structure of the database and the visualizations derive from a model that...
作者:Sam Herbert , Inigo Surguy
来源:[J].Insights, 2019, Vol.32 (1)Ubiquity Press
摘要:This is one of a series of short articles and is intended to help the knowledge community understand the purpose of innovative start-ups that seek to provide solutions to problems in scholarly communications. These stories may also provide inspiration and useful case studies for ...
作者:Jeffrey J. Green
来源:[J].Glossa: a journal of general linguistics, 2019, Vol.4 (1)Ubiquity Press
摘要:It has recently been argued (Landau 2017) that control in temporal and rationale adjuncts may be either syntactic ‘Obligatory Control’ (OC) or non-syntactic ‘Non-Obligatory Control’ (NOC), in contrast to previous assumptions that adjunct control is strictly OC. Here I d...
作者:Jonathon McPhetres
来源:[J].Collabra: Psychology, 2019, Vol.5 (1)Ubiquity Press
摘要:In this short commentary, data from the website Reddit is used to examine how people receive social psychological research. The data show that people care greatly about research dealing with humans: links tagged as psychology, social sciences, and health are upvoted more than oth...
作者:Adam P. Pacsi , Tom Ferrara , Kailin Schwan ...
来源:[J].Elem Sci Anth, 2019, Vol.7 (1)Ubiquity Press
摘要:Emissions from equipment leaks from process components, such as valves and flanges, were measured at 67 sites in the oil and natural gas production and gathering and boosting segments in four different onshore production basins in the western United States. Component counts were ...
作者:Randa El Khatib , Lindsey Seatter , Tracey El Hajj ...
来源:[J].KULA: knowledge creation, dissemination, and preservation studies, 2019, Vol.3 (1)Ubiquity Press
摘要:This annotated bibliography responds to and contextualizes the growing “Open” movements and recent institutional reorientation towards social, public-facing scholarship. The aim of this document is to present a working definition of open social scholarship through the aggreg...

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