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Activation of Web of Science and Scopus imports

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New information by the SNSF on Data Management Plans (DMP) and Open Research Data (ORD)

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Recently Added 

  1. Not science 

    Unknown author(s) (2017)
    TLS - The Times Literary Supplement
    Other Journal Item
  2. Stochastic modeling of imperfect markets 

    Egging R.; Baltensperger T. (2017)
    Stochastic Programming: Theory, Applications and Impacts
    Book Chapter
  3. Near-Threshold RISC-V core with DSP extensions for scalable IoT endpoint devices 

    Pullini A.; Gautschi M.; Flamand E.; et al. (2017)
    IEEE Transactions on Very Large Scale Integration (VLSI) Systems
    Journal Article
  4. Der Missbrauch biometrischer Systeme aus kriminologischer Sicht 

    Haverkamp, Rita; Wichum, Ricky (2013)
    Täter -Taten - Opfer. Grundlagenfragen und aktuelle Probleme der Kriminalität und ihre Kontrolle
    Book Chapter
  5. Collaboration through shared-customers in last-mile urban delivery 

    Roca-Riu, Mireia; Fernández, Elena; Speranza, M. Grazia (2017)
    Collaboration has been recently explored in many ways to reduce costs of different transportation systems, or to provide an improved service using the same available resources. In this work, we focus on last-mile delivery when several carriers operate in the same urban area and customers may have demand of service for more than one carrier. Collaboration is considered among carriers for the service of the shared customers to reduce the ...
    Other Conference Item

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