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A Multi-Relational Network to Support the Scholarly Communication Process

  title={A Multi-Relational Network to Support the Scholarly Communication Process},
  author={Michael A. Rodriguez},
The general purpose of the scholarly communication process is to support the creation and dissemination of ideas within the scientific community. At a finer granularity, there exists multiple stage ... 

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