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Yvonne Nobis is Head of Science Information Services at the Betty and Gordon Moore Library where she has been involved in many open initiatives over the last eight years. Prior to becoming a librarian she was a publisher for both Elsevier and Proquest. • Definitions and examples of 136 literary terms and devices. Instant PDF downloads. Surveys from 2016 suggest awareness and usage of Sci-Hub was not yet commonplace ( Travis, 2016; Mejia et al., 2017). However, adoption appears to be growing. According to Elbakyan, the number of Sci-Hub downloads increased from 42 million in 2015 to 75 million in 2016, equating to a 79% gain ( Van Noorden, 2016). Comparing the search interest peaks following D and L in Figure 1, which both correspond to domain outages and hence existing users searching how to access Sci-Hub, we estimate annual growth of 88%. As per Figure 1—figure supplement 1, Sci-Hub averaged 185,243 downloads per day in January–February 2016, whereas in 2017 daily downloads averaged 458,589. Accordingly, the ratio of Sci-Hub to Penn Libraries downloads in 2017 was 20:1. In addition, adoption of Sci-Hub or similar sites could accelerate due to new technical burdens on authorized access (the flip side of anti-piracy measures) ( Davis, 2016; Esposito, 2016), crackdowns on article sharing via academic social networks ( Singh Chawla, 2017a; Singh Chawla, 2017b), or large-scale subscription cancellations by libraries ( Esposito, 2017). • ^ Rémy Grünblatt (30 March 2019). “La censure de Sci-Hub et LibGen vue depuis le réseau RIPE Atlas”. Archived from the original on 7 April 2019 . Retrieved 9 April 2019. Proportion of Open Access Papers Published in Peer-Reviewed Journals at the European and World Levels: 1996–2013 • Peroni S, Dutton A, Gray T, Shotton D. Setting our bibliographic references free: towards open citation data. Journal of Documentation. 2015; 71:253–277. doi: 10.1108/JD-12-2013-0166. [ CrossRef] [ Google Scholar] • ^ McKenzie, Lindsay (6 September 2017). “American Chemical Society Moves to Block Access to Sci-Hub”. Inside Higher Ed. Archived from the original on 6 September 2017 . Retrieved 6 September 2017. Sci-Hub appears to obtain institutional credentials from both p eople who support the program and willingly surrender their account information to Sci-Hub; and p hishing victims who unwittingly give Sci-Hub access to their accounts. • 4. Griffiths effects and quantum critical points in dirty superconductors without spin-rotation invariance: One-dimensional examples 2890 downloads

• ^ 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. . costume prop modeller • Procyon Lotor This board is dedicated to the 2011 sci-fi novel by Ernest Cline, the 2018 movie based said novel, and any related media pertaining to the source material. 100 Years Later: The Lone German Soldier Whose Poop Fights on By Lindsay McKenzie Jul. 27, 2017 , 7:00 AM • September 2012 • [WEB SITE] Epilepsy – The Path to Diagnosis – MyEpilepsyTeam The Highlight • Free Online 10-Minute Tests • Panthera Pardus, Panthera Onca That’s clearly a decision each individual has to make. Personally, I wouldn’t. This is a large organization that has passwords to obtain both PDFs and personal information from some of the world’s top institutions.

• digital The BBC: https://www.bbcnewsv2vjtpsuy.onion/ She has also been called a pirate and thief. In 2017, a U.S. court found Sci-Hub guilty of copyright infringement against Elsevier, the giant academic publisher of 2,500 titles that include The Lancet and Cell, and awarded $15 million (U.S.) in damages. • October 2008 Winnie The Witch Year 2 Planning senior compositor: Industrial Light & Magic
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In February 2016, the website claimed to serve over 200,000 requests per day [3]—an increase from an average of 80,000 per day before the “” domain was blocked in 2015. [50] • Public domain • First Person Tom Rodgers • e Ver más temas Tim Marinov • August 2015 • Coronavirus Mark Rylance as James Donovan Halliday / Anorak Charles Oppenheim was until 2009 Professor of Information Science and Head of the Department of Information Science at Loughborough University. He is currently a Visiting Professor at two UK universities. He also worked for many years in the electronic publishing industry, primarily dealing with contracts and licensing. He is now a consultant. His principal areas of consultancy are intellectual property rights, scholarly publishing, and data protection. Links are the language of the internet, the way information is shared, and people shouldn’t be punished for doing this, said Stoltz. clutching the wheel tightly and staring straight ahead. She was Kiel Figgins Groups • Minority Report (2002) • Submit Manuscript Sentinel Data are also available via the Copernicus Data and Information Access Services (DIAS) through several platforms . Citationsy Archives lets you search for journal articles and papers, download them, and of course cite them in your Citationsy projects. • Submit Manuscript In the film, Aech’s avatar is a cyborg orc that wields Mater Chief’s gun. We fight inequality in knowledge access across the world. The scientific knowledge should be available for every person regardless of their income, social status, geographical location and etc. • 1.1 Legal situation • History Virtual reality existed long before Ready Player One and one of its best examples is Otherland, a four-book epic SF tale examining corporate control, greed, and an individual’s wish to become someone else. Williams weaves great SF and fantasy settings into his virtual world, making it a fun read for the well-read! Working Now -> (Updated -1.06.2020) • IGN Paul Kenward • December 2010 … • pH as a measure of hydrogen ion concentration and its numerical scale • – photoshopbattles Sci-Hub is a website that provides free access to millions of research papers and books, without regard to copyright, [2] by bypassing publishers’ paywalls in various ways. [2] [3] [4] Emery J. Reviewer Report For: Looking into Pandora’s Box: The Content of Sci-Hub and its Usage [version 1; peer review: 2 approved, 2 approved with reservations]. F1000Research 2017, 6:541 ( Hacks Are Always Worse Than Reported: Nintendo’s Breached Accounts Magically Double (1) 99.8% • eDonkey Copyright laws render the operation of most online libraries illegal. Hence many people are deprived from knowledge, while at the same time allowing rightholders to have a huge benefits from this. The copyright fosters increase of both informational and economical inequality. Well Kudos to your work and Keep educating us. A lot of people need help to clearly understand what a Dark Web actually is intended for! • (Taiwan) New York Times. U.S. Coronavirus Death Toll Is Far Higher Than Reported, C.D.C. Data Suggests. Last accessed 29.4.2020 Guardian Puzzles app Glen McIntosh 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. • ^ MacDonald, Fiona (12 February 2016). “Researcher illegally shares millions of science papers free online to spread knowledge”. Archived from the original on 21 August 2016 . Retrieved 23 August 2016. Kelsey Davidson • Media from Wikimedia Commons Daniel S Himmelstein is in the Department of Systems Pharmacology and Translational Therapeutics, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, United States Contribution Conceptualization, Data curation, Software, Formal analysis, Supervision, Validation, Investigation, Visualization, Methodology, Writing—original draft, Project administration, Writing—review and editing For correspondence Competing interests No competing interests declared “This ORCID iD identifies the author of this article:” … lovescihub Video games, pop culture, virtual reality, science fiction • Patents • 1.1.4 France 20. DeMarco JV, Hirschberg DM, Sen U. 2015 Complaint – Document #1 of Elsevier Inc. v. Sci-Hub – Case 1:15-cv-04282-RWS. Southern District Court of New York. See Projects and
f • Open Access • FT Serrano • Medicine/Diseases Blood vessel injury may spur disease’s fatal second phase 2) Gosia, age 12, Świdnica, Poland • ^ “NESFA – New England Science Fiction Association”. . Retrieved 5 April 2019. Nathan Camp Paths to the future • April 2016 • Dimensions Además existe una extensión de Chrome que nos permite buscar SCI HUB para Google Chrome Tony Christie By country or region • Ariel Rodriguez Romero , • EZTV Highlights • Privacy • Lawson S, Meghreblian B, Brook M. 2015. Journal subscription costs – FOIs to UK universities. Figshare. [ CrossRef] … • CS1 Russian-language sources (ru) Steven Spielberg … Data availability Parzival: Nah, come on. In the context of the big deal cancellations by several library systems in the world, in 2019 the wide usage of Sci-Hub was credited as one of the factors which reduced the apparent value of the subscriptions to toll access resources. [53] Reception [ edit ] • Buscador: Sci-hub no es un buscador («search engine») ya que no puede buscar por palabras clave. Necesita que le proporcionemos una referencia que puede ser una URL, un DOI (la forma en que mejor trabaja Sci-hub) o incluso un título. Aunque en un futuro Alenxandra querría incluir en un futuro la búsqueda por palabras clave. • Freenet • Singapore Arnau Gilabert Comparisons Animals on a farm overthrow their human owners and set up a deeply flawed government that seems weirdly familiar. An interesting and engaging critique of the Russian Revolution of 1917, every kid still has to read Animal Farm in high school. 10. The Foundation Trilogy, Isaac Asimov • qBittorrent • Comparison of eDonkey software layout artist: ILM El Filibusterismo Juli • ^ Castillo, Monica (March 12, 2018). “Ready Player One review – Spielberg’s shiny VR caper isn’t worth playing”. The Guardian. Guardian News and Media. Archived from the original on March 12, 2018 . Retrieved March 12, 2018. F The article “Who’s downloading pirated papers? Everyone” by John Bohannon shows Sci-Hub is used worldwide, including in developed countries ( Bohannon, 2016b). These findings spark debate among scholars, with a large contingent of scientists supporting Sci-Hub’s mission ( Woolston, 2016; Travis, 2016). … I May Destroy You • ^ Marc Rees (30 March 2019). “Les principaux FAI français doivent bloquer Sci-Hub et LibGen”. NextInpact. Archived from the original on 3 April 2019 . Retrieved 9 April 2019. • Instagram • I-R0k • – listentothis H The court finds that Alexandra Elbakyan, Sci-Hub, and LibGen are “liable for willful copyright infringement” in a default judgment, since none of the defendants answered Elsevier’s complaint ( Schiermeier, 2017a; Van der Sar, 2017a; Sweet, 2017). The court issues a permanent injunction and orders the defendants to pay Elsevier $15 million, or $150,000 for each of 100 copyrighted works. The statutory damages, which the defendants do not intend to pay, now bear interest. Jason Chiodo • Gopherus Agassizii • Book Hora de cambiar el paradigma! • – nottheonion We evaluate each Crossref DOI for membership in the set of Sci-Hub DOIs in 01.catalog-dois.ipynb. The specific implementation we apply passes a set of Sci-Hub DOIs to the pandas.Series.isin function. This function uses a hash table, the formative data structure behind sets, to enable an efficient comparison of DOIs. The 01.catalog-dois.ipynb notebook does take considerable time (perhaps up to an hour) to execute. However, much of this time is spend on file input/output, which requires reading/writing to disk and (de)compressing streams, both of which can be runtime intensive. • Open gaming • Tribler • ^ Jaschik, Scott (8 August 2016). “Letter from publishers’ group adds to debate over Sci-Hub and librarians who study it”. Inside Higher Ed. Archived from the original on 14 August 2016 . Retrieved 29 August 2016. Jacopo Miceli Houle, Louis (2017). “Sci-Hub and LibGen: what if… why not?” In: IFLA WLIC 2017 Libraries. Solidarity. Society, 16-17 August, Gdansk (Poland). • Nyaa Torrents • • October 2011 The time and effort taken by universities to protect themselves and repair the damage caused by cybercriminals like Sci-Hub is just one example of the real harm to individual libraries. One university took days to go through and wipe all the viruses, clean compromised machines, look at what had happened, and change things to protect themselves in the future. These activities increase staffing and hardware costs for both the library and institution. The damage also impacts on the daily operation of IT systems; for example, dictionary attacks will slow the universities’ IT systems. Access to paid content can be lost when a publisher becomes aware of an intrusion. Personal data can get into the wrong hands. … This question of what value publishers add was front and center in coverage on Elsevier and Elbakyan’s case. The New York Times asked, “Should All Research Papers Be Free?” When Science Magazine worked with Elbakyan to map Sci-Hub’s user statistics, it discovered that a quarter of Sci-Hub downloads were from the 34 richest countries on Earth. Elbakyan argues Sci-Hub is a tool of necessity, and its massive usership in poor countries seems to strengthen her case. But the 25 percent of users from wealthy countries suggests Sci-Hub is a tool of convenience, says James Milne, a spokesman for the Coalition for Responsible Sharing, a consortium that represents the interests of big publishers. (When I contacted Elsevier for comment on this story, I was referred to Milne.) The CRS was originally formed by a coterie of five publishing giants — Elsevier, ACS, Brill, Wiley, and Wolters Kluwer — to pressure scientist social networking site Researchgate into taking down 7 million unauthorized copies of their papers. • ↑ Schiermeier, Quirin Pirate research-paper sites play hide-and-seek with publishers (неопр.). Nature News & Comment (4 декабря 2015). Дата обращения 6 декабря 2015. costume maker • Buscador: Sci-hub no es un buscador («search engine») ya que no puede buscar por palabras clave. Necesita que le proporcionemos una referencia que puede ser una URL, un DOI (la forma en que mejor trabaja Sci-hub) o incluso un título. Aunque en un futuro Alenxandra querría incluir en un futuro la búsqueda por palabras clave. • Contact • Eleutherodactylus Iberia • March 2020 2:41 • Official website different in Wikidata and Wikipedia 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. Coverage of recently cited articles о например сверстать журнал страниц на 200, когда все статьи присланы в разнобой • DAT This brings us to another band of revolutionaries in the fight against the status quo: the scientists who want to find ways to circumvent the behemoth publishers. Some scientists are saying no to the big publishers and spinning off open access journals of their own • ^ “HG Wells: A visionary who should be remembered for his social predictions, not just his scientific ones”. The Independent. 8 October 2017. Vedic Maths Literature In addition, the prevalence of open access has been increasing, while Sci-Hub preferentially covers articles in toll access journals. Figure 6—figure supplement 1 tracks yearly coverage separately for articles in toll and open access journals. Toll access coverage exceeded 80% every year since 1950 except for 2016 and 2017. For both toll and open articles, the recent dropoff in coverage appears to begin in 2014 ( Figure 6—figure supplement 1) compared to 2010 when calculated across all articles ( Figure 6). We speculate this discrepancy results from the proliferation of obscure, low-quality journals over the last decade ( Shen and Björk, 2015), as these journals generally issue DOIs but are not indexed in Scopus, and therefore would be included in Figure 6 but not in Figure 6—figure supplement 1. In addition to having limited readership demand, these journals are generally open access, and thus less targeted by Sci-Hub. Catherine Grove–jrg-36-2015-nr-2-7634.pdf Privacy policy Notes and guidance (non-statutory) Win
Morisaki • D Amyot …but, your search parameters did. • SEND Support Ну давайте хоть такое. НУ естественно до того, как она заблокировала Россию. • Use dmy dates from April 2019 Each bar represents Sci-Hub’s coverage of articles in journals with the specified attributes, according to Scopus. Active refers to whether a journal still publishes articles. Open refers to whether a journal is open access. Subject area refers to a journal’s discipline. Note that some journals are assigned to multiple subject areas. As an example, we identified 588 neuroscience journals, which contained 1.8 million articles. Sci-Hub possessed 87.7% of these articles. • Dying Earth • Learned society • The Pirate Bay We do believe it was part of a phishing attack. Theoretically, the answer depends on many factors, including your jurisdiction, your internet provider rules, and your University Honour code. Practically, the consequences are likely to be nil. • You work at the same institute as any of the authors. • Publication City/Country Mr. Tran, I think it was implicit in my comment that “right-thinking people” would be concerned that their use and endorsement of Sci-Hub was contributing to the ills described in the blog post, not necessarily that they personnally run any risk. What academic would knowingly expose their own institution and library to this? A Created by Alexandra Elbakyan, the Sci-Hub website goes live on September 5, 2011. • production and detection, by electrical circuits, or by changes in atoms and nuclei • AcademicTorrents character modeler