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Ilość: szt. Grady Cofer • Thesis ( Collection of articles, Monograph) • Timeline Another resource which is a legal alternative to is Unpaywall. • • biomechanics – the interaction between skeleton and muscles, including the measurement of force exerted by different muscles

• Business • Page 3, first paragraph of the Discussion section: “the whole corpus of Sci-Hub” implies you used the articles themselves. Change to “metadata for the whole corpus” or something similar. African American Literature Beyond Race An Alternative Reader Kid at Home • Dailymotion production buyer

• Legal aspects of file sharing A: It all started when Sci-Hub tweeted the list of all the articles that they had stored in their repositories on March 19. I thought: “Wow, we can learn so much about their operations and coverage that we couldn’t before.” Most people knew that Sci-Hub provided access to some of the scholarly literature, but the question was how much. • Digital rights management • Lawrence Lessig • Spheniscus Magellanicus ... 19:36

Detailed answers to any questions you might have • Association of Research Libraries Graph 4: Expenditure Trends in ARL Libraries, 1986-2015. [February 7, 2018]; ARL Statistics 2014–2015. 2017 Autobiography Hitler • Direct Connect • • Edgar Rice Burroughs' A Princess of Mars, published in 1912, was the first of his three- decade-long planetary romance series of Barsoom novels which were set on Mars and featured John Carter as the hero. [42]

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Before it mutated into the mega media franchise “Jurassic World”, Jurassic Park was a smart, thoughtful and gripping sci-fi classic written by Michael Crichton, author of the equally brilliant Andromeda Strain. Crichton's tale remains a great parable about the dangers of genetic engineering, (as well as a slightly heady exploration of chaos theory). His descriptions of dinosaurs are also brilliant, like the T-Rex: "Tim felt a chill, but then, as he looked down the animal's body, moving down from the massive head and jaws, he saw the smaller, muscular forelimb. It waved in the air and then it gripped the fence." Buy on Amazon or start a 30-day Audible trial Frankenstein, by Mary Shelley (1818) Sci-Hub is poised to fundamentally disrupt scholarly publishing. The transition to gratis availability of scholarly articles is currently underway, and such a model may be inevitable in the long term ( Lewis, 2012; Sutton, 2011; Jha, 2012). However, we urge the community to take this opportunity to fully liberate scholarly articles, as well as explore more constructive business models for publishing ( Paul et al., 2017; Vogel, 2017; Logan, 2017). Only libre access, enabled by open licensing, allows building applications on top of scholarly literature without fear of legal consequences ( Himmelstein, 2016). For example, fulltext mining of scholarly literature is an area of great potential ( Westergaard et al., 2017), but is currently impractical due to the lack of a large-scale preprocessed corpus of articles. The barriers here are legal, not technological ( Brook et al., 2014; Van Noorden, 2012). In closing, were all articles libre, there would be no such thing as a “pirate website” for accessing scholarly literature. Methods Year 3 stereo supervisor Observations, communicated to the publisher by Mr. Antony van Leewenhoeck, in a dutch Letter of the 9th Octob. 1676. here English'd: concerning little animals by him observed in rain-well-sea- and snow water; as also in water wherein pepper had lain infused Vrselja et al.; feature In June 2015, one of the major content providers, Elsevier, filed suit in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, naming, The Library Genesis Project, and Alexandra Elbakyan (believed to reside in Almaty, Kazakhstan) as defendants in a civil action seeking damages and injunctive relief for copyright infringement and for violation of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act. Cat Thelia ... Combining access methods can also be synergistic. Specifically when including open access articles, combining Sci-Hub’s repository with oaDOI’s or Penn’s access increased coverage from around 85% to 95%. The benefits of oaDOI were reduced when only considering toll access articles, where oaDOI only improved Sci-Hub’s or Penn’s coverage by approximately 1%. On toll access articles, Penn’s access appeared to complement Sci-Hub’s. Together, Sci-Hub’s repository and Penn’s access covered approximately 96% of toll access articles [95.0%–98.6% (manual set), 95.9%–96.1% (automated set)]. Our findings suggest that users with institutional subscriptions comparable to those at Penn as well as knowledge of oaDOI and Sci-Hub are able to access over 97% of all articles [96.7%–99.1% (manual set), 97.3%–97.5% (automated set)], online and without payment. • Scorpiones Results He asks "can we imagine ... substituting some or most of our journal collection funds with ... Sci-Hub and LibGen ...?" and finally concludes "Using Sci-Hub/LibGen or not should remain a personal decision". Both radical statements, I think. • Canadian Tire D Elsevier is granted a preliminary injunction to suspend domain names and restrain the site operators from distributing Elsevier’s copyrighted works ( Van der Sar, 2015b; Sweet, 2015). Shortly after, Sci-Hub and LibGen resurface at alternative domains outside of U.S. court jurisdiction, including on the dark web ( Schiermeier, 2015; Van der Sar, 2015c). • Learning outside school Elsevier steadily shut down student accounts whose credentials Elbakyan was using to access Elsevier’s database, Science Direct. By doing this, it had “vastly reduced” her access to its articles. On Sci-Hub’s Twitter page, Elbakyan even complained about this, saying that “[due] to the huge amount of accounts that were closed recently we were forced to introduce limits on the maximum number of users, especially foreigners.” She had to prioritize the access of “former USSR countries,” says Elbakyan. “Access from China and Iran was blocked for some time because Sci-Hub couldn’t serve as many requests as were coming from these countries. She also made Sci-Hub inaccessible to Americans (except those using VPNs) — in part because of the number of download requests, but also because she wanted to avoid becoming a target for lawsuits. • P2P Foundation • ^ a b c Ruff, Corinne (18 February 2016). "Librarians Find Themselves Caught Between Journal Pirates and Publishers". The Chronicle of Higher Education. Archived from the original on 28 October 2018 . Retrieved 28 October 2018. . Lewis Mortier Тоже пруфов бы, что причина именно в этом, а не в обратном. • Articles containing Russian-language text • Careers Deja un comentario Cancelar respuesta • 1.1 Legal situation ... concept artist • ↑ Ученые предсказывают победу пиратов из России над научными издательствами (рус.), РИА Новости (20170728T1252+0300Z). Дата обращения 2 августа 2017. ... Resignations at Liberty University After Falwell's Blackface Tweet • WebTorrent • Innovation Management, Balanced Scorecard and Six Sigma Methodologies 04/12/2019 Pablo Markin • Open-design movement Brene Brown New Book Braving The Wilderness This is an interesting and original piece of work that focusses on one of the most potentially disruptive forces in scholarly communication in the 21st Century. It outlines, for I think the first time, the shear size and scope of Sci-Hub and the amount of material that is now available through it. It is perhaps a little early to say with any certainly what the effect of Sci-Hub will be on subscriptions and I am pleased that the authors have highlighted the issue, but not moved too far into the space of prediction. They have allowed the analysis to speak for itself. Then, Elbakyan switched her strategy. As Elsevier’s technicians testified, instead of using university proxy servers to access Elsevier’s repository directly, Sci-Hub started using them just to obtain an authorization token. Then Sci-Hub could use the token to connect to the repository from a different IP address — no longer leaving an easy breadcrumb trail of the same handful of IP address being consistently used to access and download an outrageous number of papers. By the time the publisher had gone to trial, it still hadn’t figured out any effective workaround to this technique. But, Elsevier had found a different pressure point for enforcing piracy that would establish a precedent for another publisher to get something of a chokehold on Sci-Hub. • eDonkey As long as those incentives exist, and scientists continue to accept that status quo, open access journals won’t be able to compete. In fact, many academics still don’t publish in open access journals. One big reason: Some feel they’re less prestigious and lower quality, and that they push the publishing costs on the scientists. • ^ a b c Schiermeier, Quirin (2017). "US court grants Elsevier millions in damages from Sci-Hub". Nature. doi: 10.1038/nature.2017.22196. Archived from the original on 22 June 2017 . Retrieved 23 June 2017. • December 2011 research & development: Industrial Light & Magic (uncredited) Tuesday “I did not believe that it’s possible to win against such a well-funded, rich, and influential company.” • Winny Sci-Hub is not a repository of user-uploaded material. See e.g. this explanation - it uses institutional usernames and passwords to obtain the material. When you request a paper, if it's not already in the repository, Sci-Hub uses someone else's institutional access to get the paper. How Sci-Hub got those usernames and passwords is unknown. It's possible they were donated by Sci-Hub supporters, or they might have phished for them (remember also that it is almost certainly against your institutional policies to give out your username and password). • Español [106] Trending Posts • Legal aspects Ryan Magid • Editorial Board 25 Apr 2017 | for Version 1 Sci-Hub has cycled through domain names, some of which have been blocked by domain registry operators. [2] Sci-Hub remained reachable via alternative domains such as .io, [2] then .cc, and .bz. [15] Sci-Hub has also been accessible at times by directly entering the IP address, or through a .onion Tor Hidden Service. [16] [17] United States [ edit ] • June 2017 • Kopernio • biological • Electronic publishing Materials engineer technical assistant / technical assistant: Industrial Light & Magic • Openmod Initiative ... • Search special makeup effects artist (uncredited) Right now, sci hub seems to be up and running. If you cannot access science hub try some of the alternative links above, like whereisscihub. Registration ... • Alexandra Elbakyan • In 2008, Elsevier shut down an international piracy operation wherein a Vietnamese entrepreneur was selling digital copies of journals to academics. The publisher, both on its own, and through at least one industry group, the American Association of Publishers, pushed Congress for laws that that would have made it easier for publishers to more easily coerce ISPs, search engines, and DNS services to block access to a site — or force advertisers and payment services to drop their support for copyright violators.