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research-article | 30-July-2020

Reaching for Unique Resources: Structural Holes and Specialization in Scientific Collaboration Networks

1. Introduction Scientists form collaboration ties with others because, among other things, thanks to pooling resources they can jointly benefit from rewards associated with a created outcome, e.g. a scientific publication. We can think of this kind of collaboration as a “co-production” of an outcome. Resources needed to get ahead in science are unequally distributed across the scientific community. For example, scientists at one laboratory specialize in field work and have collected research

Michał Bojanowski, Dominika Czerniawska

Journal of Social Structure, Volume 21 , ISSUE 1, 1–34

Article | 11-March-2018

The Structure of Collaboration Networks: An Illustration of Indian Economics

The main aim of this study is twofold: first, to examine the underlying structure of coauthorship in Indian economics; and second, to explore the link between the participation in scientific collaborations and academic visibility. We decipher the structure of co-authorship by presenting collaboration networks of scholars who published articles in six Indian economics journals during 1966-2005, which is split into four windows: 1966-75, 1976-85, 1986-95, and 1996-2005. In this study, the

M. Krishna, G.D. Bino Paul

Journal of Social Structure, Volume 18 , ISSUE 1, –

research-article | 28-February-2020

Academic Collaboration via Resource Contributions: An Egocentric Dataset

egocentric data on collaborative relations; develop an inventory of academically relevant resources from respondents’ reports; and measure what resources (Item 2) collaborating parties (ego and alters) engage in their collaboration ties (Item 1). The data we hereby share are based on transcriptions and coding of the originally qualitative material. The second section provides some brief background information on science in Poland and details our contribution. The presented study involved 40

Michał Bojanowski,, Dominika Czerniawska, Wojciech Fenrich

Connections, Volume 39 , ISSUE 1, 1–6

research-article | 17-June-2020

Academic Collaboration via Resource Contributions: An Egocentric Dataset

egocentric data on collaborative relations; develop an inventory of academically relevant resources from respondents’ reports; and measure what resources (Item 2) collaborating parties (ego and alters) engage in their collaboration ties (Item 1). The data we hereby share are based on transcriptions and coding of the originally qualitative material. The second section provides some brief background information on science in Poland and details our contribution. The presented study involved 40

Michał Bojanowski,, Dominika Czerniawska, Wojciech Fenrich

Connections, Volume 40 , ISSUE 1, 25–30

Article | 01-June-2016


the Internet of things to "semantic web of things". For semantic web of things, its open and dynamic natures inevitably determine it is an open service ecosystem, and whether the hyper world itself and the individual in their sub worlds are in continuous development and evolution, so the semantic web of things must be self-adaptive to provide semantic collaboration services. To achieve all, this is based on "sensing as a service". From different points of view, such as dynamic space, service

X. Y. Chen, G. Y. Li

International Journal on Smart Sensing and Intelligent Systems, Volume 9 , ISSUE 2, 997–1028

research-article | 01-June-2020

Purposeful collaboration: Enriching lives for people with Parkinson’s disease

evidence-based clinical guidelines to support earlier detection and management of PD in the inpatient setting. Greater collaboration among the healthcare team (including pharmacists) was also needed to improve medication administration practices and avoid potential adverse events (Harris & Fry, 2017). It is important to identify a person with PD at presentation/admission to hospital so staff can be alerted to that person’s particular needs (e.g. time-critical medications). An early warning system means

Vincent Carroll, Kirsten Deutschmann, Jessica Andrews

Australasian Journal of Neuroscience, Volume 30 , ISSUE 1, 32–43

research-article | 24-December-2019

Ukrainian and Russian organizations in Sweden and the conflict “back home”

In order to increase their influence and achieve certain other goals, most organizations tend to collaborate with other organizations that they believe share their perspectives and attitudes (Portes et al., 2008). Ethnic organizations mostly base their activities on perceptions of common “routes” and “roots” and tend to collaborate with similar others, and thus have a quite homophilous collaboration network. However, when a violent armed conflict in the homeland arises, it can be brought closer

Sofiya Voytiv

Connections: The Quarterly Journal, Volume 39 , ISSUE 1, 1–20

Case report | 25-January-2018

Neuroscience Nursing in Indonesia: Striving for Recognition through Education and Regional Collaboration.

As a speciality practice area, neuroscience nursing is internationally recognised. In 2014 the Australasian Neuroscience Nurses Association celebrated its 40th anniversary. For Indonesian neuroscience nurses, 2014 marked the inaguration of the Indonesian Neuroscience Nurses Association. The following paper provides an overview of health care in Indonesia and development of neuroscience nursing as a specialty through educational and regional collaboration. Postgraduate educational opportunities

Linda Nichols, Enny Mulyatsih

Australasian Journal of Neuroscience, Volume 26 , ISSUE 1, 10–16

Article | 01-June-2012

Spatial-temporal Collaborative Sequential Monte Carlo for Mobile Robot Localization in Distributed Intelligent Environments

In this paper, a spatial-temporal collaborative sequential Monte Carlo architecture for mobile robot localization is designed to well suites intelligent environment for service robotic system. A proposed algorithm, namely Distributed Proportional Allocation-Augmented Particle Filter (DPA-APF), resolves the sensor collaboration problem by the processes of augmented sampling, inter-node resampling, inner-node resampling and particle exchange. These procedures exploit data parallelism and

Kun Qian, Xudong Ma, Xian Zhong Dai, Fang Fang

International Journal on Smart Sensing and Intelligent Systems, Volume 5 , ISSUE 2, 295–314

Article | 09-June-2019

Teacher leadership report: How student-led pedagogy in modern learning environments (MLEs) can improve literacy learning

engagement, positive shifts in attitude, and improved progress and achievement. We undertook two cycles of participatory action-based inquiry to find out how successful collaboration and student ownership within the MLEs could impact on literacy engagement and achievement. We noted considerable progress in the development of key competencies, influenced by the transfer of ownership from teacher to student through choice, sharing of the curriculum, and engagement with the wider range of resources readily

Ann R Briggs, Bek Gabites, Scott Mackenzie, Julie McIntosh, Josh Shelley, Peter Verstappen

Journal of Educational Leadership, Policy and Practice, Volume 32 , ISSUE 1, 62–69

Article | 10-April-2018

Multi - point Cooperative Multicast Video Design and Research

based on network coding and multi-access point collaboration. The program will first divide each video segment into the same segment and divide the access point completely and not completely interfere with the two models. The video multicast problem when the transmission range between the access points is overlapped is modeled as Linear programming optimization problem, a two-stage heuristic algorithm is designed to solve the problem. By using multiple access points to get the gain of space and time

Wang Tao

International Journal of Advanced Network, Monitoring and Controls, Volume 2 , ISSUE 4, 72–75

Research Article

U.S. and Whom? Structures and Communities of International Economic Research

Most studies concerned with empirical social networks are conducted on the level of individuals. The interaction of scientists is an especially popular research area, with the growing importance of international collaboration as a common sense result. To analyze patterns of cooperation across nations, this paper investigates the structure and evolution of cross-country co-authorships for the field of economics from 1985 to 2011. For a long time economic research has been strongly US centered

Raphael H. Heiberger, Jan R. Riebling

Journal of Social Structure, Volume 16 , ISSUE 1, 1–12

Article | 02-April-2019

Widening the leadership story – moving beyond the individual

leadership described as democratic leadership. Past leadership research has commonly focused on skills, traits and behaviours of people deemed leaders. Moving away from the primacy of the individual towards knowing leadership as an emergent phenomenon that exists between people incorporating multiple worldviews, elevates democratic principles such as collaboration and meaningful participation. Leadership-as-practice was used to analyse the ways in which excursions into the community have broadened

Linda Baxendine

Journal of Educational Leadership, Policy and Practice, Volume 33 , ISSUE 1, 46–56

research-article | 14-December-2020

Communication networks of an integrated project delivery team for construction: relationships between formal and informal communication networks

A building construction project is comparable to a dynamic social system with high uncertainty and interdependence of tasks, which requires flexible collaboration of many participants often coming from various organizational affiliations. Networks of individuals enacting project function-related roles design and deliver construction projects (Pryke, 2012, 2017). Central to the performance of this interorganizational project team is communication among its diverse members, which can facilitate

Sun Kyong Lee, Somik Ghosh

Connections: The Quarterly Journal, Volume 40 , ISSUE 1, 103–122

Article | 01-December-2016


Zhihong Liang, Hongwei Gao

International Journal on Smart Sensing and Intelligent Systems, Volume 9 , ISSUE 4, 1840–1858

Article | 09-June-2019

What do teachers and leaders have to say about co-teaching in flexible learning spaces?

Julie Mackey, Neil O'Reilly, Jo Fletcher, Chris Jansen

Journal of Educational Leadership, Policy and Practice, Volume 33 , ISSUE 2, 97–110

Article | 23-April-2021

Principal leadership practices during the COVID-19 lockdown

, values, skills and knowledge, while relational factors include building relationships and a sense of community, and encouraging collaboration. Adapting to the changing situation, effectively using resources, and making appropriate decisions are examples of situational factors. Mutch (2020) has recently provided useful recommendations for school leaders responding to the COVID-19 crisis including planning for the ongoing impact of the crisis on students and their families and taking time to reflect

Kate Thornton

Journal of Educational Leadership, Policy and Practice, Volume 36 , 22–39

research-article | 27-April-2020

The contingent effect of work roles on brokerage in professional organizations

clients and from top management. Feedback from several projects Requirements for collaboration and coordination Lower Higher A brokerage position in a communication network of interdependent work roles can provide a major boost to effective communication and cooperation. Studies show that brokerage provides the best position to coordinate work across other areas of a work communication network (Burt, 1992; Granovetter, 1973) and increases the ability to convey ideas across the organization to

Anssi Smedlund, Emily W. Choi

Connections, Volume 40 , ISSUE 1, 47–59

Research Article | 29-March-2016

The International Prenatal Cardiology Collaboration Group – a new concept for global research study

Maciej Słodki, Katarzyna Zych-Krekora, Roland Axt-Fliedner, Ana Bianchi, Edward Araujo Junior, Isaac Blickstein, Sefa Kelekci, Lami Yeo, Jay D. Pruetz, Giuseppe Rizzo, Neil Seligman, Mark Sklansky, Luc de Catte, Stuart Weiner, Frank Chervenak, Jader Cruz, Andrii Kurkevych, Michał Krekora, Maria Respondek-Liberska

Journal of Ultrasonography, Volume 16 , ISSUE 64, 94–96

Article | 16-April-2018

Early Intervention Orientation and Mobility: A Western Australian Perspective

collaboration between professionals, and allowing children to take control over their own mobility.    

Bronwen Scott, Grad. Cert. Vision Impairment (O&M)

International Journal of Orientation & Mobility, Volume 1 , ISSUE 1, 70–72

Research Article | 02-February-2017


Summary. The modern trends in the development of logistics controlling through the prism of collaboration between wholesale companies and retail chains have been considered. The nature and structure of cargo transportation by the wholesale company tothe retail chain have been analysed. The key transportation processes have been identified and the reliance on transportation drivers-forwarders for their effectiveness has been determined. The study has resulted in the program


Transport Problems, Volume 11 , ISSUE 2, 37–50

Article | 16-April-2018

Developing O&M Standards for Australasia

In 2013, members of the Orientation and Mobility Association of Australasia ratified a Quality Framework for the O&M profession, including an OMAA Code of Ethics and OMAA Standards of Practice. The OMAA Quality Framework took a six member committee four years to develop and involved extensive collaboration across Australia and New Zealand. During the process, the Committee discussed such themes as best practice, exemplary performance, minimum standards, independence, and self-determination

Lil Deverell, M.Ed., Grad Dip O&M, B.Ed., COMS., Bronwen Scott, M.Ed., Grad Dip O&M, B. Psych. COMS, Mark Battista, M.Ed., (Special Ed/O&M), B.Ed., Jeremy Hill, Grad Dip O&M, B.Sc., BA(Hons)Psych.

International Journal of Orientation & Mobility, Volume 6 , ISSUE 1, 34–44

Research Article

Structural Cohesion: Visualization and Heuristics for Fast Computation

computing structural cohesion that allow a speed-up of one order of magnitude over the algorithms currently available. We analyze three large collaboration networks (co-maintenance of Debian packages, co-authorship in Nuclear Theory and High-Energy Theory) and show how our approach can help researchers measure structural cohesion in relatively large networks. We also introduce a novel graphical representation of the structural cohesion analysis to quickly spot differences across networks.

Jordi Torrents, Fabrizio Ferraro

Journal of Social Structure, Volume 16 , ISSUE 1, 1–36

research-article | 30-November-2019

Increasing the ability of government agencies to undertake evidence-informed policymaking

the existing evidence on research use, with a specific focus on studies that investigate whether and how the use of research to inform policy decision-making can be improved. This review finds that policy professionals tend to believe that barriers to evidence use exist in the relationship between researchers and policymakers, and that efforts need to be made to overcome these barriers, particularly with respect to communication and collaboration. However, only a very limited number of studies use

Joshua Newman

Evidence Base, Volume 2020 , ISSUE 2, 1–9

Research Article | 06-July-2018

Asessment for Learning with Young Gifted Children

This paper argues that assessment practices used by teachers in schools and early childhood services, including narrative approaches, provide accessible, authentic, low-cost, and easily administered assessment. Assessment for learning embeds assessment within teaching and learning and supports teachers to work in collaboration with parents and children to deepen understanding of children’s strengths and interests, and to support relationships. Further, assessment for learning provides an

Valerie Margrain

Apex, Volume 16 , ISSUE 1, 37–48

case-report | 23-November-2017

Caring and Collaborating A case study on a complex patient under multiple teams

this instance as we both believed we should have gone that little bit further to make sure this issue was discussed earlier and not in the unfortunate scenario of being discussed mere hours before Mr X passed away. When we called Mr X’s wife in her home country for consent prior to this case study she expressed the concerns that we had already felt around the collaboration of teams and the information being given. She felt conflicting information was quite frequently given especially in the days

Larissa J. Engel, Mandy J. Ryan

Australasian Journal of Neuroscience, Volume 27 , ISSUE 1, 19–23

research-article | 29-January-2021


his team of engineers in collaboration with a wide range of aviation medical experts achieved a remarkable advance in aviation technology. They had established the basic principles for all future human vertical rocket flight to come. IN CONCLUSION It seems appropriate to allow Bachem to have the final word. In his presentation at the International Astronautical Congress in Stuttgart in 1952 he summed up his team’s achievements: “...within a few months we had to track down, go through and solve

Brett Gooden

Journal of the Australasian Society of Aerospace Medicine, Volume 12 , 13–24

Article | 11-March-2021

Radical Traversals

colonialism and address racialized Blackness and Afro-Indigeneity, allowing for artistic collaboration across ‘linguistic borders, points of origin, or distant homelands’ (Figueroa-Vásquez, 2020, p. 2). While this work attends to these questions by addressing the remix form and multi-genre engagements from the various artist collaborators of the Indigenous Futurisms Mixtape, my positioned analysis and listening practice emerges from a Diné perspective and focused critique of U.S. settler colonialism


Borderlands, Volume 19 , ISSUE 2, 63–96

research-article | 29-January-2021

Inclusive practice for students with neurodevelopmental disorders in Sweden

working as regular teachers in primary, secondary or high school. The staff worked at 64 public and four private schools in six Region Stockholm municipalities (n = 3870), and the municipalities (Hudiksvall, Lerum, Mora, Strängnäs, Sundsvall, Östersund) in other central and northern regions of Sweden (n = 908). The size of the schools varied between ~90 and ~1200 students. Within a collaboration between the Center of Neurodevelopmental Disorders at Karolinska Institutet (KIND) and the City of

Sven Bölte, Emma Leifler, Steve Berggren, Anna Borg

Scandinavian Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Psychology, Volume 9 , 9–15

Article | 02-April-2019

Data- and research-informed improvement work in ECE

The article describes an approach to data- and research-informed improvement work in Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) that is used by the Laboratory for Research-based School Development (LSP) at Aalborg University, Denmark. The approach includes collaboration between research, policy and practice and it incorporates two current policy priorities in the field of Danish education: evidence-informed decision making and the continuous improvement of the learning environment. The approach

Line Skov Hansen

Journal of Educational Leadership, Policy and Practice, Volume 33 , ISSUE 1, 70–81

Article | 23-October-2019

School leaders’ perceptions on comprehensive school counseling (CSC) evaluation processes: Adherence and implementation of the American School Counselor Association (ASCA) National Model

Introduction Trends in school counselors’ roles and responsibilities vary throughout the United States. In order to effectively and appropriately meet the needs of all students in a school, positive collaboration, consistent communication, and appropriate evaluation between school counselors and leaders are critical. The American School Counselor Association (ASCA) National Model (2012a; 2012b) provides a framework for comprehensive school counseling (CSC) that guides professional school

Rachel Louise Geesa, Nicholas P. Elam, Renae D. Mayes, Kat R. McConnell, Kaylee M. McDonald

Journal of Educational Leadership, Policy and Practice, Volume 34 , 25–43

Case report | 26-October-2019

Severe hemolytic disease of the fetus and newborn due to anti-C+G

identification of the correct antibody was delayed because the differentiation of anti-C+G and anti-D+C was not considered important during pregnancy since the father was D–. In addition, anti-C+G and anti-G titer levels were not found to be as reliable as is generally considered in Rh immunization. Severe HDFN occurred at a maternal anti-C+G antibody titer of 8 and anti-G titer of 1 in comparison with the critical titer level of 16 or more in our laboratory. Close collaboration between the

Riina Jernman, Vedran Stefanovic, Anu Korhonen, Katri Haimila, Inna Sareneva, Kati Sulin, Malla Kuosmanen, Susanna Sainio

Immunohematology, Volume 31 , ISSUE 3, 123–127

Article | 21-April-2019

Assessment within ILP: A journey of collaborative inquiry

research-based Professional Learning to enable us to assess and track students who might not be in our assigned class and reflect upon whether traditional written reports to parents fitted the new pedagogies. Key findings from collaboration with teachers, students and parents demonstrated the desire for a system of assessment that was online and allowed: • Higher levels of student voice and agency • On-going review so that the most current information about achievement and goals was available

Linda Harvie, Steve Harper-Travers, Amanda Jaeger

Journal of Educational Leadership, Policy and Practice, Volume 32 , ISSUE 1, 133–139

Article | 26-August-2018


, ceilings, space-dividing structures as well as rational and effective use of finishing and building materials. Technical and technological devices incorporated into the inner space mentioned in the paper are supposed to be essential complement of these design methods assuring proper daylight transmission and distribution in workspaces. Discussed examples indicate the necessity of collaboration of interior architects with other professionals and consultants (i.e. green building accredited consultants

Magdalena CELADYN

Architecture, Civil Engineering, Environment, Volume 9 , ISSUE 4, 5–12

Article | 01-June-2016


. On the other hand, the Base Station (BS) is equipped with IDS that collects the trust values of network nodes and runs a statistical test to identify malicious nodes. In this way, TMS at the node level and IDS at BS level work in collaboration to detect and isolate the malicious nodes from the DA process. The simulation results show the effectiveness of the TDAGIDS over baseline T-LEACH (Trusted Low Energy Adaptive Clustering Hierarchy) protocol and recently proposed TDAGIOT (Trust based Data

P. Raghu Vamsi, Krishna Kant

International Journal on Smart Sensing and Intelligent Systems, Volume 9 , ISSUE 2, 537–562

Article | 26-October-2019

Blood group genotyping: the power and limitations of the Hemo ID Panel and MassARRAY platform

accuracy based on the direct detection method. Currently available platforms for MALDI-TOF MS–based genotyping are not without limitations, including high upfront instrumentation costs and the number of non-automated steps. The Hemo ID Blood Group Genotyping Panel, developed and optimized in a collaboration between the vendor and the Blood Transfusion Service of the Swiss Red Cross in Zurich, Switzerland, is not yet widely utilized, although several laboratories are currently evaluating the

Rhiannon S. McBean, Catherine A. Hyland, Robert L. Flower

Immunohematology, Volume 31 , ISSUE 2, 75–80

research-article | 30-November-2019

I’m not a diagnosis: Adolescents’ perspectives on user participation and shared decision-making in mental healthcare

participation and shared decision-making we asked questions about their expectations of treatment and involvement, the collaboration with therapists and staff, the treatment and opportunities to influence, involvement of family, and the adolescents view on forms and degrees of their participation in the clinic. A panel of five adolescents from a mental healthcare service user organization pilot-tested the interview guide. The questions were modified based on their feedback. All interviews were conducted by

Stig Bjønness, Trond Grønnestad, Marianne Storm

Scandinavian Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Psychology, Volume 8 , 139–148

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