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Re: Thread For PHD Students by AlanTuringAI: 6:40am On Mar 24
wip7:

Hi,
Have you gotten these papers yet? If not let me know so I can download and send to you.
Hello Prof, I've gotten all but one. This here:

Y. Li, M. Dong, R. Huang, "Designing collaborative e-learning environments based upon semantic wiki: from design models to application scenarios", Educational Technology & Society, vol. 14, no. 4, pp. 49-63, 2011.

Will be expecting.. Thanks
Re: Thread For PHD Students by blcoolfemol: 8:59am On Mar 25
Top of the day to you my elders. Please I need the thread for PhD in Electronics, Communication or Computer Engineering. Thank you
Re: Thread For PHD Students by wip7: 11:27am On Mar 25
AlanTuringAI:

Hello Prof, I've gotten all but one. This here:

Y. Li, M. Dong, R. Huang, "Designing collaborative e-learning environments based upon semantic wiki: from design models to application scenarios", Educational Technology & Society, vol. 14, no. 4, pp. 49-63, 2011.

Will be expecting.. Thanks

I sent to your email. If you have any other request to download subscription-based articles, pls don't hesitate to mention.
Re: Thread For PHD Students by wip7: 11:30am On Mar 25
blcoolfemol:
Top of the day to you my elders. Please I need the thread for PhD in Electronics, Communication or Computer Engineering. Thank you

I don't think there is a special thread for PhD in Electronics ... this thread is for PhD holders and prospective PhD students in all fields. You may ask your specific and general questions and those in the field can respond.
Re: Thread For PHD Students by wip7: 11:49am On Mar 25
My Current Research: Highly Flexible Supercapacitor Fabrication for Energy Storage

The rapid increase in the global energy consumption and the environmental impact of traditional energy resources has led to tremendously increased research activities on clean and renewable energy sources recently. As these new energy forms are intermittent or regionally limited (e.g., water), there is a pressing need to develop advanced energy storage systems, such as supercapacitors, for efficient storage of electrical energy at all scales ranging from solar through wind farms to wearable electronics.

My team: Myself (Supervisor), 3 PhD students, 6 undergraduate students

Funding: Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey and Cyprus Science University Campus Research Funding

Funding amount and duration: 10,000 USD (6 months timeline)

Electrode and Electrolyte Materials: Electrode materials will be fabricated from waste chewing gum and electrolyte from extracted cassava or irish potatoes.

Applications
The supercapacitor will be applied for energy storage in a small-scale in applications Including transport, stationary, flexible, wearable and micro-supercapacitors.

Publication: Outcome will be published in quality Journals of Power sources, Energy Chemistry etc and presented at international conferences.


Interested in Supercapacitor??


A supercapacitor is a device that can store a large amount of energy, typically 10 to 100 times more energy per unit mass compared to ordinary capacitors.It is preferred to batteries owing to its faster and simpler charging, and faster delivery of charge.

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Re: Thread For PHD Students by ezimo777(m): 12:04pm On Mar 25
wip7:
My Current Research: Highly Flexible Supercapacitor Fabrication for Energy Storage

The rapid increase in the global energy consumption and the environmental impact of traditional energy resources has led to tremendously increased research activities on clean and renewable energy sources recently. As these new energy forms are intermittent or regionally limited (e.g., water), there is a pressing need to develop advanced energy storage systems, such as supercapacitors, for efficient storage of electrical energy at all scales ranging from solar through wind farms to wearable electronics.

My team: Myself (Supervisor), 3 PhD students, 6 undergraduate students

Funding: Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey and Cyprus Science University Campus Research Funding

Funding amount and duration: 10,000 USD (6 months timeline)

Electrode and Electrolyte Materials: Electrode materials will be fabricated from waste chewing gum and electrolyte from extracted cassava or irish potatoes.

Applications
The supercapacitor will be applied for energy storage in a small-scale in applications Including transport, stationary, flexible, wearable and micro-supercapacitors.

Publication: Outcome will be published in quality Journals of Power sources, Energy Chemistry etc and presented at international conferences.


Interested in Supercapacitor??


A supercapacitor is a device that can store a large amount of energy, typically 10 to 100 times more energy per unit mass compared to ordinary capacitors.It is preferred to batteries owing to its faster and simpler charging, and faster delivery of charge.

I salute you Prof.

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Re: Thread For PHD Students by PhilipGallagher(m): 1:25pm On Mar 25
AlanTuringAI:

Thanks so much brother.. I really appreciate this.
Do you know of such sites to download textbooks, especially recent and newer editions?
Regarding text books, i don't really know. But I believe there should be a torrent site where you can get latest books. Becareful with torrent sites though. I haven't had need for it, maybe that's why i don't know.
Re: Thread For PHD Students by wip7: 2:15pm On Mar 25
ezimo777:


I salute you Prof.

Thank you sir/ma.
Re: Thread For PHD Students by drhammed: 2:19pm On Mar 25
wip7:
My Current Research: Highly Flexible Supercapacitor Fabrication for Energy Storage

The rapid increase in the global energy consumption and the environmental impact of traditional energy resources has led to tremendously increased research activities on clean and renewable energy sources recently. As these new energy forms are intermittent or regionally limited (e.g., water), there is a pressing need to develop advanced energy storage systems, such as supercapacitors, for efficient storage of electrical energy at all scales ranging from solar through wind farms to wearable electronics.

My team: Myself (Supervisor), 3 PhD students, 6 undergraduate students

Funding: Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey and Cyprus Science University Campus Research Funding

Funding amount and duration: 10,000 USD (6 months timeline)

Electrode and Electrolyte Materials: Electrode materials will be fabricated from waste chewing gum and electrolyte from extracted cassava or irish potatoes.

Applications
The supercapacitor will be applied for energy storage in a small-scale in applications Including transport, stationary, flexible, wearable and micro-supercapacitors.

Publication: Outcome will be published in quality Journals of Power sources, Energy Chemistry etc and presented at international conferences.


Interested in Supercapacitor??


A supercapacitor is a device that can store a large amount of energy, typically 10 to 100 times more energy per unit mass compared to ordinary capacitors.It is preferred to batteries owing to its faster and simpler charging, and faster delivery of charge.

Welldone Prof,

Honestly, your contributions to this thread is highly significant, and your type is kinda scarce.
With someone like you on this thread, it give me(Upcoming scientists) a great hope that we still have some boss that can assist us.

Although, our specialization is so far apart, but I just must salute your good ways here.

I want to be like you when I grow up. I'm a very small boy. God's grace I'm starting my M.Sc by FALL 2018.

I'm a Conservationist, and have so much passion for research. (My interests is in Primate and Amphibian conservation).

I have gained a lot from this thread, and I thank you all. God bless

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Re: Thread For PHD Students by wip7: 3:09pm On Mar 25
drhammed:


Welldone Prof,

Honestly, your contributions to this thread is highly significant, and your type is kinda scarce.
With someone like you on this thread, it give me(Upcoming scientists) a great hope that we still have some boss that can assist us.

Although, our specialization is so far apart, but I just must salute your good ways here.

I want to be like you when I grow up. I'm a very small boy. God's grace I'm starting my M.Sc by FALL 2018.

I'm a Conservationist, and have so much passion for research. (My interests is in Primate and Amphibian conservation).

I have gained a lot from this thread, and I thank you all. God bless

Thank you sir.

Although the research areas may be different but scientific research follows a similar pattern. We can always share ideas, support in looking at published work, mentor upcoming researchers, industrialist and academics.

Ensure your research has academic, industrial and business use in mind. All research needs to be designed to allow scalability and easy adaptation to the industries.

Best wishes and success in your MSc.

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Re: Thread For PHD Students by transbut5(m): 3:30pm On Mar 25
wip7:
My Current Research: Highly Flexible Supercapacitor Fabrication for Energy Storage

The rapid increase in the global energy consumption and the environmental impact of traditional energy resources has led to tremendously increased research activities on clean and renewable energy sources recently. As these new energy forms are intermittent or regionally limited (e.g., water), there is a pressing need to develop advanced energy storage systems, such as supercapacitors, for efficient storage of electrical energy at all scales ranging from solar through wind farms to wearable electronics.

My team: Myself (Supervisor), 3 PhD students, 6 undergraduate students

Funding: Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey and Cyprus Science University Campus Research Funding

Funding amount and duration: 10,000 USD (6 months timeline)

Electrode and Electrolyte Materials: Electrode materials will be fabricated from waste chewing gum and electrolyte from extracted cassava or irish potatoes.

Applications
The supercapacitor will be applied for energy storage in a small-scale in applications Including transport, stationary, flexible, wearable and micro-supercapacitors.

Publication: Outcome will be published in quality Journals of Power sources, Energy Chemistry etc and presented at international conferences.


Interested in Supercapacitor??


A supercapacitor is a device that can store a large amount of energy, typically 10 to 100 times more energy per unit mass compared to ordinary capacitors.It is preferred to batteries owing to its faster and simpler charging, and faster delivery of charge.

My best man so far in this thread. I look up to you sir. I'm upcoming as well, material/metallurgy, production/industrial (second degree), research thesis (renewable energy). I'm looking forward to a PhD in energy storage and conversion systems. Looking
forward to your guidance

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Re: Thread For PHD Students by MonsieurCoder: 4:40pm On Mar 25
wip7:


Please what do you think about this journal as regards indexing in SCI, SCI-e or Emerging source science citation index. Also, what do you think of it's impact factor? Any additional opinion of yours would be really helpful.

International Journal of Computer Science Issues
Re: Thread For PHD Students by wip7: 6:38pm On Mar 25
MonsieurCoder:


Please what do you think about this journal as regards indexing in SCI, SCI-e or Emerging source science citation index. Also, what do you think of it's impact factor? Any additional opinion of yours would be really helpful.

International Journal of Computer Science Issues

International Journal of Computer Science Issues
Not a good journal for now. Cannot be found in WEB OF SCIENCE (WOS). No Impact factor. Not indexed/abstracted in respected and acceptable international database such as SCI, SCI-e no part of emerging source science, Not in Scopus. Charges Publication Fee of 190USD.

Suggestions

Computer Communications
Well-known Publisher: Elsevier, CiteScore: 3.68, Impact Factor: 3.338, Science Citation Index Expanded (SCI-e). FREE to publish. 12 issues per year (monthly publication). Respected Editorial members. In Scopus and highly rated under Q1.

The Computer Journal
Well-known Publisher: OXFORD UNIV PRESS, Impact Factor: 0.711, Science Citation Index Expanded (SCI-e). FREE to publish. 12 issues per year (monthly publication). Belong to the British Computer Society. In Scopus and rated under Q4.

Computer Science and Information Systems
Publisher: ComSIS Consortium Serbia, Impact Factor: 0.84, Science Citation Index Expanded (SCI-e). FREE to publish. 12 issues per year (monthly publication). Belong to the Ministry of Education Serbia. In Scopus and rated under Q4.

Journal of Computer Science and Technology
Publisher: Springer, Impact Factor: 0.96, Science Citation Index (SCI). FREE to publish. 12 issues per year (monthly publication). Sponsored by China Computer Federation. In Scopus and rated under Q3.

Journal of Computer and System Sciences
Well-known Publisher: Elsevier, CiteScore: 2.31, Impact Factor: 1.67, Science Citation Index Expanded (SCI-e). FREE to publish. 12 issues per year (monthly publication). Respected Editorial members. In Scopus and highly rated under Q2.


#Note: That journal is not good or standard and also charges money to publish grin...Above suggested Journals in Computer Science are well respected and does not charge KOBO to publish.

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Re: Thread For PHD Students by wip7: 6:42pm On Mar 25
transbut5:


My best man so far in this thread. I look up to you sir. I'm upcoming as well, material/metallurgy, production/industrial (second degree), research thesis (renewable energy). I'm looking forward to a PhD in energy storage and conversion systems. Looking
forward to your guidance

Best wishes. This is a fantastic and emerging field of studies "PhD in energy storage and conversion systems". I equally have good research platform on bioelectricity generation and energy storage systems.
Re: Thread For PHD Students by MonsieurCoder: 8:43pm On Mar 25
wip7:


International Journal of Computer Science Issues
Not a good journal for now. Cannot be found in WEB OF SCIENCE (WOS). No Impact factor. Not indexed/abstracted in respected and acceptable international database such as SCI, SCI-e no part of emerging source science, Not in Scopus. Charges Publication Fee of 190USD.

Suggestions

Computer Communications
Well-known Publisher: Elsevier, CiteScore: 3.68, Impact Factor: 3.338, Science Citation Index Expanded (SCI-e). FREE to publish. 12 issues per year (monthly publication). Respected Editorial members. In Scopus and highly rated under Q1.

The Computer Journal
Well-known Publisher: OXFORD UNIV PRESS, Impact Factor: 0.711, Science Citation Index Expanded (SCI-e). FREE to publish. 12 issues per year (monthly publication). Belong to the British Computer Society. In Scopus and rated under Q4.

Computer Science and Information Systems
Publisher: ComSIS Consortium Serbia, Impact Factor: 0.84, Science Citation Index Expanded (SCI-e). FREE to publish. 12 issues per year (monthly publication). Belong to the Ministry of Education Serbia. In Scopus and rated under Q4.

Journal of Computer Science and Technology
Publisher: Springer, Impact Factor: 0.96, Science Citation Index (SCI). FREE to publish. 12 issues per year (monthly publication). Sponsored by China Computer Federation. In Scopus and rated under Q3.

Journal of Computer and System Sciences
Well-known Publisher: Elsevier, CiteScore: 2.31, Impact Factor: 1.67, Science Citation Index Expanded (SCI-e). FREE to publish. 12 issues per year (monthly publication). Respected Editorial members. In Scopus and highly rated under Q2.


#Note: That journal is not good or standard and also charges money to publish grin...Above suggested Journals in Computer Science are well respected and does not charge KOBO to publish.

Thanks for taking your time to write this up for me. Really appreciated.

I went through their website and did not see anything on publication fee. Where did you see that? I must have missed it. Never mind, seen it.

I also saw the journal indexed here http://www.scimagojr.com/journalsearch.php?q=21100469675&tip=sid&clean=0 so I thought it was a good journal. Is scimagojr.com not a good place to find indexed journals? Sorry for my numerous questions, I am embarking on this without any supervision or guidance from anyone.

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Re: Thread For PHD Students by AlanTuringAI: 9:23pm On Mar 25
wip7:


I sent to your email. If you have any other request to download subscription-based articles, pls don't hesitate to mention.
Thanks so much Sir.
Re: Thread For PHD Students by wip7: 10:38pm On Mar 25
MonsieurCoder:


Thanks for taking your time to write this up for me. Really appreciated.

I went through their website and did not see anything on publication fee. Where did you see that? I must have missed it. Never mind, seen it.

I also saw the journal indexed here http://www.scimagojr.com/journalsearch.php?q=21100469675&tip=sid&clean=0 so I thought it was a good journal. Is scimagojr.com not a good place to find indexed journals? Sorry for my numerous questions, I am embarking on this without any supervision or guidance from anyone.


Scimago is just a research group that takes most of its information from scopus to rank some journals. It's not an indexing database or coverage.

Take note: you don't need to pay kobo for any quality publications in standard journal provided you are not choosing open access (not necessary).

To find quality journals, kindly check major publishers like Elservier, Springer, Taylor & Francis, Wiley, British societies, IOP, IEEE etc. Just type any of above on google, then search for their journals you will find quality journals.

To check the index of any journals kindly visit the Master Journal List under CLARIVATE ANALYTICS and to check their Quartiles (Q1-Q4), visit web of science.

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Re: Thread For PHD Students by MonsieurCoder: 7:12am On Mar 26
wip7:


Scimago is just a research group that takes most of its information from scopus to rank some journals. It's not an indexing database or coverage.

Take note: you don't need to pay kobo for any quality publications in standard journal provided you are not choosing open access (not necessary).

To find quality journals, kindly check major publishers like Elservier, Springer, Taylor & Francis, Wiley, British societies, IOP, IEEE etc. Just type any of above on google, then search for their journals you will find quality journals.

To check the index of any journals kindly visit the Master Journal List under CLARIVATE ANALYTICS and to check their Quartiles (Q1-Q4), visit web of science.

Thank you. I really appreciate the work you are doing here.

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Re: Thread For PHD Students by blcoolfemol: 11:33pm On Mar 27
wip7:


I don't think there is a special thread for PhD in Electronics ... this thread is for PhD holders and prospective PhD students in all fields. You may ask your specific and general questions and those in the field can respond.

Thanks a lot for your response. I actually need help for schools that grant scholarships in Phd Electrical and communication engineering fully funded. Thanks in advance
Re: Thread For PHD Students by wip7: 9:12pm On Mar 28
blcoolfemol:


Thanks a lot for your response. I actually need help for schools that grant scholarships in Phd Electrical and communication engineering fully funded. Thanks in advance

You can easily google PhD scholarship in your field of interest, you can google universities in specific countries you wish to go and search information regarding scholarship on each university website, you can register on researchgate website and under job search for Phd in field you want. As a prospective PhD student, you must be be able to individually utilize the internet and search engine technologies to a high level.

Fully funded Phd: before you can consider yourself as a recipient of a fully funded PhD in a standard university, you need to see if you meet the general and specific criteria:

1. High bachelor and master CGPA (>3.3/4.0)

2. Verifiable or documented fundamental competence in laboratory and analytical Works.

3. Documented experience in communicating scientific results in reputable journals and conferences (publication history).

4. Special skills in your field related to the open positions like adequate skills in signal processing, ANN, circuit design, microprocessor development etc.

5. Proved independent ability to carry out research and deliver results as scheduled.


Above are just common requirements. Below are two open positions for you, see if you can apply or fit to your interest. I just googled I found those..so do the same don't let people do your homework for you.

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Re: Thread For PHD Students by blcoolfemol: 11:33pm On Mar 28
You're just an Heaven sent. God bless you a lot.

wip7:


You can easily google PhD scholarship in your field of interest, you can google universities in specific countries you wish to go and search information regarding scholarship on each university website, you can register on researchgate website and under job search for Phd in field you want. As a prospective PhD student, you must be be able to individually utilize the internet and search engine technologies to a high level.

Fully funded Phd: before you can consider yourself as a recipient of a fully funded PhD in a standard university, you need to see if you meet the general and specific criteria:

1. High bachelor and master CGPA (>3.3/4.0)

2. Verifiable or documented fundamental competence in laboratory and analytical Works.

3. Documented experience in communicating scientific results in reputable journals and conferences (publication history).

4. Special skills in your field related to the open positions like adequate skills in signal processing, ANN, circuit design, microprocessor development etc.

5. Proved independent ability to carry out research and deliver results as scheduled.


Above are just common requirements. Below are two open positions for you, see if you can apply or fit to your interest. I just googled I found those..so do the same don't let people do your homework for you.

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Re: Thread For PHD Students by ezimo777(m): 7:07am On Mar 29
blcoolfemol:
You're just an Heaven sent. God bless you a lot.

He really is oo

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Re: Thread For PHD Students by guiddoti: 6:12am On Mar 30
AlanTuringAI:

Thanks so much brother.. I really appreciate this.
Do you know of such sites to download textbooks, especially recent and newer editions?
what specific area of textbooks do you really need to download.?
Re: Thread For PHD Students by AlanTuringAI: 7:09am On Mar 30
guiddoti:
what specific area of textbooks do you really need to download.?

Mostly Computer Science
Re: Thread For PHD Students by guiddoti: 7:51pm On Mar 30
AlanTuringAI:

Mostly Computer Science
Though, not in computer science, you can check out www.b-ok.org Good luck, bro.
Re: Thread For PHD Students by PALYNOLOGY(m): 12:22pm On Apr 01
Just got admitted for a PhD in Environmental Management and Control (OAU)

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Re: Thread For PHD Students by PALYNOLOGY(m): 12:25pm On Apr 01
Am researching on " Sustainable Model for Carbo footprint "
Re: Thread For PHD Students by wip7: 5:39pm On Apr 01
PALYNOLOGY:
Just got admitted for a PhD in Environmental Management and Control (OAU)

This is a quite nice research area.

PALYNOLOGY:
Am researching on " Sustainable Model for Carbo footprint "

Suggestions for you:

Some of the top-quality journals that publish works on Carbon footprint:

a. Science of The Total Environment
b. Journal of Cleaner Production
c. Ecological Modelling
d. Energy
e. Resources, Conservation and Recycling


You may have a look at the following recent high-quality publications relating to your research:

1. A Dynamic Quasi Comprehensive Model for Determining the Carbon Footprint of Fossil Fuel Electricity: A Case Study of Iran
DOI: 10.1016/j.jclepro.2018.03.274

2. A carbon footprint simulation model for the cork oak sector
Science of The Total Environment, Volumes 566–567, (2016) 499-511.

3. A hybrid fruit fly algorithm for solving flexible job-shop scheduling to reduce manufacturing carbon footprint
Journal of Cleaner Production, Volume 168, (2017) 668-678.


Best wishes!

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Re: Thread For PHD Students by Garbia: 2:43am On Apr 02
Hello, I will love to start publishing my journals but most I have heard of involve a lot pf money. Please could you help me with list of quality free platforms? I am presently an Msc student in Mass communication with a pgdip in marketing(communications) and a BA in Fine arts. Itzsshay@gmail.com
Re: Thread For PHD Students by bilal4riid(m): 8:48am On Apr 03
wip7:


Upgrading of Pyrolyzed oil is a nice research focus. I have substantial experience with that. Specifically, I use catalytic upgrading route via fluidized cracking reactor or esterification.

If you are very interested then you may need to have some facilities to test the pyrolyzed and upgrades bio-oil like checking the flash point, viscosity, pH etc.

You will need to prepare catalysts and one of the emerging and robust catalyst is MOFS ( metal organic framework). So if you are ready to work I can pass you procedure to prepare various MOFS or send u some of my published works. Also, to support you, I can help you with characterizations of the prepared catalysts but then you must be able to check your upgraded oil at your own end.
very grateful looking forward to your assist on the procedure. thank you (bilal4riid13@gmail.com)

Do you have access to science direct articles and where are you based?
Re: Thread For PHD Students by PhilipGallagher(m): 9:48am On Apr 03
wip7:


I .
Boss wip7
please sir, can you help me download this paper. I would extremely appreciate it sir. My email is batmanjustice2016@gmail.com
Thanks

Mehta P., Makwana V.H. (2018) Radial Feeder Protection by Definite Time Overcurrent Relay. In: Kher R., Gondaliya D., Bhesaniya M., Ladid L., Atiquzzaman M. (eds) Proceedings of the International Conference on Intelligent Systems and Signal Processing. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol 671. Springer, Singapore
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-10-6977-2_17
Re: Thread For PHD Students by wip7: 5:19pm On Apr 03
PhilipGallagher:

Boss wip7
please sir, can you help me download this paper. I would extremely appreciate it sir. My email is batmanjustice2016@gmail.com
Thanks

Mehta P., Makwana V.H. (2018) Radial Feeder Protection by Definite Time Overcurrent Relay. In: Kher R., Gondaliya D., Bhesaniya M., Ladid L., Atiquzzaman M. (eds) Proceedings of the International Conference on Intelligent Systems and Signal Processing. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol 671. Springer, Singapore
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-10-6977-2_17


This is not an article in a regular journal but part of a book series.Hence not for free to download. The book series are usually for sale and wont be opened with just institutional subscriptions.

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