danielrapp.github Recently I stumbled upon an interesting paper for implementing motion sensing requiring no special hardware, only a speaker and mic! Unfortunately the paper didn't include code to test it, so I decided to reproduce it here on the web! What is the doppler effect? First of all, what is the doppler effect? The doppler effect is a physical phenomenom which affects waves in motion. Online Social Network Seeks to Overhaul Peer Review in Scientific Publishing Three Finnish researchers have created an online service that could eventually replace or supplement the current way journals get scientists to peer review submitted manuscripts. Already partnered with the ecology journal Ecography , published by Wiley , Peerage of Science is an innovative social network of scientists to which researchers submit their manuscripts; other members with relevant expertise, alerted by keywords in the papers, will then provide reviews that scientific journals can use to decide whether to publish the work. University of Jyväskylä and the University of Eastern Finland, where the three creators of the service are based, have sponsored the company founded to further build up the service this year. The current peer review system in which journal editors send potentially publishable manuscripts to experts for review is hotly debated. Many scientists complain that the system is slow, inefficient, of variable quality, and prone to favoritism.
Fibonacci Number The Fibonacci numbers are the sequence of numbers defined by the linear recurrence equation with . As a result of the definition (1), it is conventional to define BMJ Best Practice Hi You are already registered. Please log in with your email & password. Congratulations! You have successfully created a personal account and can now track your CME / CPD activities and access the mobile app. Subscription complete Interdisciplines Copy/paste this URL to link to this paper The concept of homophily  describes relationships that are based on some measures of similarity or closeness. Despite the fact that no single definition exists for similarity, in the scope of this work, we consider two types of relationships to define similarity: citation and co-authorship. Using these relationships, we can measure similarity to be inversely proportional to the distance that separates researchers in the co-authorship network and papers in the citation network . Following this basic intuition, the rationale behind our homophily-weighted metrics consists on using the distance on these graphs to weight traditional metrics, which in this particular paper is applied to citation count. Abstract : Abstract
Cell Models For life all cells have basic needs. Cells have diverged in their structure and function to accommodate these survival requirements. Here are some KEY TERMS to help you think, explore and search for similarities and significant differences that have become the characteristics of eukaryote (animal, plant) and prokaryotic (bacteria) cells. Examples might be searching: eukaryote prokaryote reproduction or animal plant cell energy. Reproduction / cell division Energy trapping, storage and consumption Form / shape / structure Cell specialization Compartmentalization of cell functions Communication within and beyond the cell Cell / organism survival Open peer review & community peer review There has been a lot of discussion about 'open peer review' lately - this letter to Nature is just the latest example. With all these opinions and hypotheses about peer review flying around, I think that it is useful to make some distinctions between the different types of 'open' review, so here goes. Traditional peer review. Anonymous reports received pre-publication.
J. B. S. Haldane, The Causes of Evolution The Bactra Review: Occasional and eclectic book reviews by Cosma Shalizi 23 with a new afterword by Egbert G. Leigh, Jr. Princeton Science Library. Diseases, Disorders and Related Topics Bacterial Infections and Mycoses Virus Diseases Parasitic Diseases Neoplasms (Cancer) Musculoskeletal Diseases Digestive System Diseases University of Trento - Italy - UNITN-Eprints - Reviewing peer review: a quantitative analysis of peer review Casati, Fabio and Marchese, Maurizio and Mirylenka, Katsiaryna and Ragone, Azzurra (2010) Reviewing peer review: a quantitative analysis of peer review. UNSPECIFIED. (Unpublished) PocketQube Kit v1.0 EM — PocketQube Shop Structure Skeletonized Structure, designed for the PocketQube Standard (Pico-satellite class). Aerospace grade aluminium structure with plated finish (flight model only) with two micro-switches for double redundancy (kill switches). Can accommodate PCB board stack such as PQ60 v1.0.
Leading Humanities Journal Debuts 'Open' Peer Review, and Likes It - Publishing By Jennifer Howard Getting published in a humanities journal usually works like this: Submit an article, then hope for the best as the editors send it to a few hand-picked specialists for critique. The reviewers and the authors are not supposed to know one another's identity. But now scholars are asking whether this double-blind peer-review system is still the best way to pass judgment.