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2) To calculate coverage, DOIs from Crossref and Sci-Hub for over 56M records are compared. Please give details of the algorithm used to compare the DOIs. • unit manager: studio Civil disobedience is a “refusal to obey governmental demands” as a “means of forcing concessions from the government” [24] Elbakyan’s motives behind Sci-Hub are not to bypass copyright laws for the sake of breaking them, but to incite change in those laws. Civil disobedience movements throughout history involved breaking laws that were deemed unfair or unnecessary. Approximately ten billion US dollars are spent in publishing costs each year, while open access publishing would only cost around two hundred million US dollars. [19] Publishers claim that Elbakyan uses Sci-Hub “to steal their content” when said content is “the knowledge of the world that they have been holding hostage for a gigantic ransom.” [19] Elbakyan’s stance puts people and the distribution of knowledge before “private monetary interests.” [19] Arguments in Opposition to Sci-Hub [ edit ] Legality [ edit ] environment artist: Digital Domain She switched to a master’s program in religious studies, where her thesis led her to research how ancient societies treated information distribution. Both the revelations about the ancient societies and their attitudes toward ”information openness,” and the “feeling that [public administration] wasn’t quite the direction that I wanted to go” led her to double down on Sci-Hub. • Transmission 12.1% Baier T. Vor Stress ergraut. Süddeutsche Zeitung 23.1.2020 • Buteo Buteo If you’re looking to access an article behind a paywall, the only way to get it legally is to pay, says Peter Suber, director of Harvard’s Open Access Project. But there is a gray area: you can ask an author for a copy. (Most academics will oblige.) Aside from either that or finding articles published in free Open Access journals, the next best option is to find pre-publication copies of papers that authors have put in open-access repositories like Cornell’s • - Jokes special effects supervisor Next, we investigated coverage based on the year an article was published (Figure 3). For most years since 1850, annual coverage is between 60–80%. However, there is a dropoff in coverage, starting in 2010, for recently published articles. For example, 2016 coverage was 56.0% and 2017 coverage (for part of the year) was 45.3%. One factor is that it takes some time for Sci-Hub to retrieve articles following their publication, because articles are not downloaded until requested by a user. Another possible factor is that some publishers are now deploying more aggressive measures to deter unauthorized article downloads [ 41, 42], making recent articles less accessible. • Highlights assistant depth department manager • Privacy policy • PhD Fellowship 14 ... • Fund-Raising Claude Martins Library Genesis • ... Illustrations by Javier Zarracina ... Matthew Wood • Current Issue • Balaenoptera Acutorostrata • Scientific writing • Ask publishers why they insist on authors signing over their copyright. Refuse to assign copyright to a publisher when that publisher accepts an output, and insist on granting the publisher a limited licence to publish in a specific journal instead – and be prepared to walk away if the publisher says you must assign the copyright. Next, we explored article coverage according to journal attributes ( Figure 4). Sci-Hub covered 83.1% of the 56,755,671 articles that were attributable to a journal. Articles from inactive journals had slightly lower coverage than active journals (77.3% versus 84.1%). Strikingly, coverage was substantially higher for articles from toll rather than open access journals (85.1% versus 48.3%). Coverage did vary by subject area, with the highest coverage in chemistry at 93.0% and the lowest coverage in computer science at 76.3%. Accordingly, no discipline had coverage below 75%. See Figure 4—figure supplement 1 for coverage according to a journal’s country of publication. • Groceries • Libros russian arm operator • Open-design movement Elbakyan denies any wrongdoing, but scholarly publishers such as Elsevier have used news of her investigation to call on academic institutions to block access to Sci-Hub -- not because the site is illegal, but because it poses a security threat. Several large publishers, including Elsevier, have successfully sued Sci-Hub for mass copyright infringement in recent years. The Sci-Hub repository contains more than 80 million research articles, including a large proportion of Elsevier's catalog. • Wikipedia articles with DBLP identifiers Tracy Smith • Open science data storyboard artist If Ron Swanson were forced to pick up a sci-fi book instead of a steak cookbook or woodworking manual, it would have to be this novel. The story of The Moon is a Harsh Mistress is a futuristic retelling of the American revolution — if the moon were America and England were, you know, the planet Earth. Members of a penal colony on “Luna,” as they call it, grow tired of their foreign rulers and decide to revolt. Only trouble is, they’re vastly outnumbered with very few resources. But what they do have is strong libertarian spirit, and they’ll be damned if they don't fight for their freedom or die trying (needless to say, an all-too-real real threat for humans in outer space). 23. 2001: A Space Odyssey by Arthur C. Clarke (1968) In other words, it covers other entities such as online search engines. • 2.2 Delivery to users Love Science,Love Sci-Hub! • Official website ... trainee ... • Homeland by Cory Doctorow and Nexus by Ramez Naam (2014) • Legal aspects • YIFY • Private P2P • BitComet • digital • Essay Historically, libraries have often canceled individual journal subscriptions or switched from bundled to à-la-carte selections ( Roth, 1990; Fernandez et al., 2014; Rogers, 2012). More recently, library consortia have threatened wholesale cancellation of specific publishers. In 2010, Research Libraries of the UK threatened to let Elsevier contracts expire ( Bergstrom et al., 2014; Prosser, 2011), while the University of California raised the possibility of boycotting Nature Publishing Group. But these disputes were ultimately resolved before major cancellations transpired. But in 2017, researchers began losing access to entire publishers. Universities in the Netherlands canceled all Oxford University Press subscriptions in May 2017 ( Else, 2017). University of Montreal reduced its subscriptions to Taylor & Francis periodicals by 93%, axing 2,231 journals ( Gagnon, 2017). Negotiations with Elsevier reached impasses in Germany, Peru, and Taiwan. As a result, hundreds of universities have cancelled all Elsevier subscriptions ( Schiermeier and Mega, 2016; Schiermeier, 2018). These developments echo the predictions of Elsevier’s attorneys in 2015 ( DeMarco et al., 2015b): “Defendants’ actions also threaten imminent irreparable harm to Elsevier because it appears that the Library Genesis Project repository may be approaching (or will eventually approach) a level of ‘completeness’ where it can serve as a functionally equivalent, although patently illegal, replacement for ScienceDirect.” • I2P Lists Ricardo Mendoza • Tim Berners-Lee Whatever you think about open access or the pricing of articles, books, and journals – of the ability of publishers to be innovative, or not, across the digital economy we all live in – whatever you think about any of that, always bear in mind that cybercriminals are thinking about it in a very different way. There can be very few more influential works in the entire history of science fiction. Before this, time travel had been a form of magic or dream, but now it became something we could control. Effectively, modern science fiction starts here. 7 Habits Urgent Vs Important Matrix Year 3 Dune Dune Physics Science Definition ... Leo Heller • Sports Science Fiction Tim Morris Lenox Hill • B Norlander Discuss the workings and policies of this site British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition) You then accuse the publishing industry of slave labour. senior compositor Who’s reading? • J Priem No. 3 is not exactly a denial of hacking and phishing, is it? ... • Ingelfinger rule To define the extent of the scholarly literature, we relied on DOIs from the Crossref database, as downloaded on March 21, 2017. We define the “scholarly literature” as 81,609,016 texts identified by their DOIs. We refer to these texts as “articles”, although Sci-Hub encompasses a range of text types, including book chapters, conference papers, and journal front matter. To assess the articles available from Sci-Hub, we relied on a list of DOIs released by Sci-Hub on March 19, 2017. All DOIs were lowercased to be congruent across datasets (see Methods). Sci-Hub’s offerings included 56,246,220 articles from the corpus of scholarly literature, equating to 68.9% of all articles. technology: Industrial Light & Magic • April 2016 ... motion control supervisor Whatever his definition of “activity” is (and if it’s not downloads, what is it?), “Frank”‘s claim that 50%+ of it is by Western academics **who wish to bash commercial publishers** has no credibility because he has produced no evidence of the motivation of these people. No survey results. No interview results. It’s just yet another unsubstantiated conspiracy theory. A great pity, as he weakens the excellent arguments against Sci-Hub (such as the original posting suggested) by promoting conspiracy theories. Barbara Cantu • Móvil Auch lesenswert: modeller: Industrial Light and Magic Elbakyan had defied Elsevier. Her former hobby had become her primary focus. Nothing would make her waiver from making Sci-Hub a titan of Open Access. • September 2015 Hbse 10th Result 2018 Kaise Dekhe • User Ratings ... render support • CS1 Spanish-language sources (es) Nicolas Popravka (Updated-1.06.2020) digital imaging technician