The published articles and citation of the Chinese Journal of Parasitology and Parasitic Diseases in 2006-2008 were statistically analyzed. Among 431 papers published in the three years, original articles and experimental researches occupied 31.8% and 17.6%, respectively. Authors were mainly from colleges/universities (53.8%) and institutions for disease control (34.1%). 71.5% of the articles received financial supports from research funds/foundations. Reference citation was mostly from periodicals. The average Price index was 46.5%. This Journal possesses a group of stable and qualified authors, covers substantial content with relatively broad citation, and is an important source of information in parasitological research.
We investigate the angular distribution of electrons that are emitted in the
Ionization of hydrogen-like ions by twisted photons. Analysis is performed
Based on the first-order perturbation theory and the non-relativistic
Schr\"odinger equation. Special attention is paid to the dependence of the
We consider the task of target localization using quantized
Data in Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs). We propose an energy efficient
Localization scheme by modeling it as an iterative classification problem. We
Design coding based iterative approaches for target localization where at every
We propose a
New approach in the client-side web development - Web Intents. The main goal
For our suggestions is to simplify the development phase for new applications
By support asynchronous calls and JSON versus XML for data exchange....
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