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Journal of Informetrics, ISSN 1751-1577, 10/2015, Volume 9, Issue 4, pp. 907 - 914
•ISIF is proposed for measuring journal's contribution to knowledge accumulation.•It appears that anomalies cannot happen anymore in the interpolated approach... 
Sub-impact factor | Aggregated SIF-indicator | Journal evaluation | SIF-sequences | Interpolated indicators | CITATION | INFORMATION SCIENCE & LIBRARY SCIENCE | INDEX
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Vìsnik Pridnìprovsʹkoï Deržavnoï Akademìï Budìvnictva ta Arhìtekturi, ISSN 2312-2676, 12/2018, Volume 1, Issue 12, pp. 10 - 24
..., a «failure» of the pile is formed, which is accepted by us as the main indicator, which takes into account... 
relaxation coeffici | e-mail: A.motorchik@i.ua | which is accepted by us as the main indicator | Chernyshevskogo str | Dnipropetrovsk | Dnipro | which takes into account the mass of the pile and mas-shock part of the hammer (their ratio) | head fell | Ass. Prof. 1 Department of Materials and Materials Processing | State Higher Educational Establishment «Prydnіeprovs’ka State Academy of Civil Engineering and Architecture | the bearing capacity of the «pile» Fd or pile foundation is calculated by the formula F_d=R∙A а taking into account the coefficients of working conditions depending on the current operational situation. Keywords: compacted core | underlying layer | INCL. BOLSHAKOV V. I.1 | IL) of the soil of the underlying core layer is considered. For a predetermined «failure» «a» and a yield stress indicator IL | it is necessary to interpolate the tabular data on the corresponding specific value of the failure value «a» and the turnover rate IL | φ and the depth of the «sole» of the compacted core d | ORCID ID: 0000-0003-0790-6473. Annotation. The issues of changing the physicomechanical characteristics of the soil of the underlying compacted core layer are considered when piling unit is immersed in clay soils by a pile driving unit. The substantiation of the change in the specific cohesion of the clay soil C is given | bearing capacity | ORCID ID: 0000-0003-0790-6473 3 Department of bases and foundations | magіstr | Tel. +38 745-23-72 | Cand. Sc. (Tech.) | 24-A | e-mail: press.pgasa@gmail.com | 49600 | relaxation | Ukraine | which are determined in the process of piling the pile driving unit. According to the available values of the interpolated strength indicators of the soil of the underlying layer C | taking into account that the mas-shock part of the hammer should be not less than the pile weight. The question of using the same similar compression dependence when determining the change in the angle of internal friction φ = f («a | design resistance | ORCID ID: 0000-0003-0790-6473 2 Department of bases and foundations | taking into account the change in the electromolecular forces in the array of the underlying layer during the transfer of forces by the compacted core to the underlying (compacted core) of its layer. After each blow of the hammer on the pile head | relaxation coefficient | Prof. MOTORNUI A. N. 2 | Dr. Sc | the specific values of specific adhesion C and internal friction angle φ of the underlying core layer are calculated. the results of calculations are summarized in Tables No. 1 for changing the specific clutch C and No. 2 for changing the angle of internal friction φ. For specific values of strength indicators C and φ of the soil of the underlying layer | compacted core | the calculated soil resistance R is calculated | a «failure» of the pile is formed | underlying the compacted core of the layer using the solutions of prof. N. Puzyrevsky or the methodology presented in DBN B.2.1-10-2009 (formula E.1) by the same decision. Having the compacted core area (horizontal projection) A and the calculated resistance R of the soil of the underlying layer | Tel. +38 756-33-43 | creep rate | pile failure | senior researcher MOTORNUI N. A.3
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Aslib Journal of Information Management, ISSN 2050-3806, 01/2014, Volume 66, Issue 1, pp. 2 - 12
...: as the standard h-index is a natural number it is a rather coarse indicator; if a scientist has published a relatively small number of publications then the h-index is completely determined by the number of publications... 
Information behaviour & retrieval | Library & information science | h-index | Interpolated h-index | Rational h-index | Bibliometrics | Citation analysis | Fractional counting | INFORMATION SCIENCE & LIBRARY SCIENCE | COMPUTER SCIENCE, INFORMATION SYSTEMS | Studies | Library science | Indexes | Documents | Recall | Feasibility | Proposals | Fatal | Indicators | Standards | Counting
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Digital Signal Processing, ISSN 1051-2004, 04/2019, Volume 87, pp. 166 - 177
... (LMD). First, an indicator of envelope distance is defined to describe the features of the ideal envelope... 
Interpolation functions | Interpolated points | Local mean decomposition | Empirical envelope | MODE DECOMPOSITION | PERFORMANCE | ENGINEERING, ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC | Mechanical engineering | Algorithms
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Environmental Geochemistry and Health, ISSN 0269-4042, 10/2017, Volume 39, Issue 5, pp. 1159 - 1177
....” Since PTEs are good indicator of the prevailing environmental conditions and possible contamination, soil samples collected from 43 sites were analyzed in order to investigate the levels... 
Public Health | Spatial variability | Environmental Health | Fertilization | Geochemistry | Terrestrial Pollution | Wastewater | Potentially toxic trace elements | Tablas de Daimiel National Park | Environment | Wetland | Environmental Chemistry | Soil Science & Conservation | SOILS | CONTAMINATION | WATER RESOURCES | RIVER | LAS TABLAS | BED SEDIMENTS | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | PUBLIC, ENVIRONMENTAL & OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH | POLLUTION | ENGINEERING, ENVIRONMENTAL | RISK-ASSESSMENT | HEAVY-METAL ENRICHMENT | WATER | VEGETATION | Environmental Monitoring | Trace Elements - analysis | Soil Pollutants - analysis | Water Pollutants, Chemical - analysis | Spain | Wetlands | Pollution | Zirconium | Environmental quality | Electrical conductivity | Analysis | Environmental impact analysis | Environmental aspects | X-ray spectroscopy | Organic matter | Arsenic | Toxicity | X ray fluorescence | Floodplains | Vanadium | Interpolated mapping | Soil investigations | Soil pollution | Waste water | Strontium | National parks | Aquatic environment | Lead | Biosphere | Selenium | Copper | Iodine | Soil contamination | Environmental assessment | Pollution sources | Flood plains | Conductivity | Antimony | Wastewater treatment | Zinc | Contamination | Environmental conditions | Soils | Point sources | X-ray fluorescence | Spatial distribution | Electrical resistivity | Nonpoint source pollution | Spatial variations | Biological fertilization | Tin | Trace elements | Nickel | Inlets (waterways) | Physicochemical properties | Index Medicus
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PloS one, ISSN 1932-6203, 2018, Volume 13, Issue 3, p. e0193963
Introduction The vestibular acute stress induces reversible alert-like reactions that involve the sympathetic adrenal-medullar system and... 
The vestibular acute stress induces reversible alert-like reactions that involve the sympathetic adrenal-medullar system and hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis responses. The present study aimed to evaluate salivary alpha-amylase and salivary cortisol production in relation with cardiovascular reactivity induced by acute stress in healthy subjects | OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP-APNEA | PSYCHOLOGICAL STRESS | STIMULATION | various times after reaching the maximal nystagmic reaction following air caloric vestibular test. Heart rate systolic blood pressure diastolic blood pressure and mean arterial pressure were recorded at the same time as measurement of the salivary alpha-amylase and salivary cortisol. At the end of the caloric vestibular test session | and the difference was significant ( t =-3.283; p<0.001) an increase in salivary cortisol production corresponded with a decrease in the salivary a-amylase concentration. In addition salivary biomarker modifications were associated with consistent changes in the heart rate systolic blood pressure and mean arterial pressure | DHEA-S | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | STRESS-INDUCED CHANGES | Following caloric vestibular test-evoked vertigo salivary alpha-amylase and cortisol showed distinct trends in their production after acute stress: Student's t-test was used to compare the alpha-amylase vs cortisol slopes of the respective interpolated regression lines | Conclusions | SALIVARY ALPHA-AMYLASE | perceived stress scale questionnaires were administered to measure the self-perceived stress impact induced by the task and individual scores were compared with those measured on the enrollment day | CARDIOVASCULAR CONTROL | EXERCISE | Material and methods | connection between the acute hormonal stress response to vestibular stimulation and cardiovascular output. However further research is needed before we can define the potential importance of the consistent cardiovascular activity changes evoked by vestibular stimulation and the possible functional consequences for cardiovascular regulation and orthostatic tolerance in humans | Using the air caloric vestibular test task as a stressor the present study demonstrated a | Introduction | Results | ADRENERGIC ACTIVITY | Forty-eight young healthy male volunteers were examined under basal conditions and at | CORTISOL | Otolaryngology | Stimulation | Systematic review | Thyroid gland | Sleep apnea | Hypothalamus | Hormones | Hydrocortisone | Blood | Vertigo | Exercise | Population | Physiology | Blood pressure | Bioindicators | Vestibular system | Stress response | Stresses | Hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis | Pharmacology | Stress | Heart rate | Medicine | Physical fitness | Amylases | Pituitary | Pharmacy | Biomarkers | Orthostatic tolerance
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Building and environment, ISSN 0360-1323, 2015, Volume 87, pp. 193 - 206
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Global change biology, ISSN 1354-1013, 2018, Volume 24, Issue 8, pp. 3390 - 3400
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Land degradation & development, ISSN 1099-145X, 2019, Volume 30, Issue 7, pp. 811 - 823
... (ESI). We calculated the ESI values for 632 randomly selected sites in the study area by entering the desertification indicators vegetation cover, plant type, soil depth, rock fragments, soil texture, slope... 
geostatistics | cultivated land | DIS4ME | pine forest | oak forest | STEPPE | PATTERNS | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | SOIL SCIENCE | SPATIAL VARIATION | SOIL | EXAMPLE | SCALE | VEGETATION | Organic matter | Forests | Independent variables | Soil depth | Desertification | Interpolated mapping | Kriging interpolation | Pine trees | Texture | Coniferous forests | Maps | Vegetation cover | Annual precipitation | Cultivated lands | Sensitivity analysis | Landscape | Organic soils | Land use | Sensitivity | Soil properties | Pine | Aridity | Soil organic matter | Oak | Soil texture
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International Soil and Water Conservation Research, ISSN 2095-6339, 03/2019, Volume 7, Issue 1, pp. 89 - 101
There are three major challenges for climatic data availability for Reference Evapotranspiration (ET0) calculations in Bosnia and Herzegovina: limited data... 
Reference evapotranspiration | Interpolation | Penman-Monteith | Calibration | Limited data | CROP EVAPOTRANSPIRATION | VALIDATION | WATER RESOURCES | SPATIALLY INTERPOLATED PRECIPITATION | PAN EVAPORATION | GIS | VARIABILITY | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | SOIL SCIENCE | NET IRRIGATION REQUIREMENTS | AIR-TEMPERATURE | COMPLEX TERRAIN
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Building Simulation, ISSN 1996-3599, 08/2017, Volume 10, Issue 4, pp. 573 - 588
Inflow conditions play a key role in the Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulation of wind environment. Taking the micro wind climate of Hong Kong Kowloon... 
Fitted Empirical Profile | inflow condition | Interpolated Multiscale Profile | Computational Fluid Dynamics | urban wind environment simulation | spatial representativeness | UNCERTAINTIES | QUANTIFYING INFLOW | URBAN | DISPERSION | AERODYNAMIC ROUGHNESS | FLOW | THERMODYNAMICS | CONSTRUCTION & BUILDING TECHNOLOGY | TURBULENCE MODEL | CFD SIMULATION | DISPLACEMENT
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Basic and Applied Ecology, ISSN 1439-1791, 2008, Volume 9, Issue 5, pp. 504 - 513
Two data sets representing atmospheric moisture are available for the high Andes of Ecuador, (i) cloud frequency obtained from weather satellites, and (ii)... 
Habitat humidity | Tropical alpine environment | Cloudiness | Páramo vegetation | Interpolated rainfall estimates | ECOLOGY | cloudiness | habitat humidity | interpolated rainfall estimates | tropical alpine environment | paramo vegetation | Geography | Climate | Geographers | Analysis
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