Academic publishing news 學術出版新聞
How to use Citation Typing Ontology (CiTO) in your blog posts
Exactly why a particular paper is cited in the bibliography of a research article is sometimes difficult to understand. A highly cited paper might contain a method that everybody uses, might be a review, or it might contain information that everybody disagrees with.Citation Typing Ontology (CiTO) describes the nature of reference citations in scientific research articles and other scholarly works, both to other such publications and also to Web information resources, and for publishing these descriptions on the Semantic Web.
China’s Fight Against Academic Fraud – Still A Long Way to Go
China recently revoked a national scientific award due to academic fraud, which reflects challenges that the government has in bringing an end to such academic practices. (english.cri.cn)
Facebook – for scientists
Some scientists are using Facebook to combat the lack of openness in their fields, as reflected by the high costs of journal subscriptions and the amount of poor research that gets published. (mndaily.com)
Sharing Data in Biomedical and Clinical Research
Why is data sharing so important in biomedical and clinical research? An article in The New York Times in August highlighted a $60 million clinical study of Alzheimer’s disease because of its innovative approach to data management.
E-books raise issues on citation formats
E-reading devices are changing ways in academic materials are cited. (statenews)
Setting of work proposal工作提案建構 : 你工作提案的主題是什麼? 你的讀者可以明瞭工作提案的內容嗎?
Work problem工作問題 : 你的工作提案裡有你試著要解決或是想更進一步瞭解的問題嗎?
Quantitative specification of problem 問題的量化 : 你要如何量化問題來讓你的讀者明白之前文獻研究所遇到的量化限制
Importance of problem問題的中心 : 如果問題沒被解決或是充分瞭解, 這對工作提案的讀者會有多大的負面衝擊?
研究建構 The increasing popularity of credit cards in Taiwan has led to stringent competition domestically. Banks encourage prospective customers to hold multiple credit cards by relaxing approval and credit reference procedures.
研究問題 However, such practices have significantly undermined the creditworthiness of issuing banks, leading to increased outstanding debts and a higher risk of defaulted loans. With this respect, previous studies have seldom attempted to measure quantitatively the varying degrees of risk among potential credit card customers to identify both varying degrees of risk and reasons for credit card debt.
研究問題的量化 To illustrate the severity of this problem, Taiwan has an average of 2.8 cardholders from the currently 6,321 credit cards available domestically, with credit card debt reaching 46%.
研究問題的中心 The inability to discriminate between varying degrees of risk among potential customers will only further exacerbate the credit card debt crisis.