SubjectPredicateObjectGraph
Derived from the article 'A Sm ...... 10.1371/journal.pone.0033339).
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Note: This property has been i ...... of which has been deprecated.
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Example: The BioSharing regist ...... ing versions where applicable.
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Example: There is a need for m ...... ur work addresses these needs.
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Example: Our ideas were also shared by Doe et al. [X].
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Example: We act as giants on the shoulders of dwarfs [X]!
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Example: The conclusion of our ...... ng on the shoulders of giants.
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Example: Galileo's masterpiece ...... ntially a scientific pamphlet.
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Example: We do not think that ...... es are equally convincing [X].
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Example: We will not investiga ...... oduce yet another alternative.
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Example: We wrote that the Earth moves in [X]; we now retire such statement.
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Example: This paper discusses ...... methodology in the Social Web.
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Example: Galileo said that the Earth "moves" [X]; really? And where is it going?
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Example: We believe that if Ga ...... e that Moon goes around Earth.
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Example: We support Galileo's statement [X], that Earth moves.
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Example: Earth moves, said Galileo [X]; in addition, we can say now it moves very fast.
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Example: Building upon Galileo's findings [X], we discovered that all the planets move.
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Example: Using the information ...... ially useful deep-web content.
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Example: We follow [X] in using design patterns for testing.
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CiTO, the Citation Typing Onto ...... :hasCoAuthorshipCitationLevel.
Derived from the article 'A Sm ...... 10.1371/journal.pone.0033339).
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Derived from the blog post 'Wh ...... wts.nl/blog?article=n-q2w2b4).
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Derived from the blog post 'Jo ...... wts.nl/blog?article=n-q2x264).
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Example: We share Galileo's opinion: the Earth moves [X].
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Example: Newton asserted that we are like dwarfs standing on the shoulders of giants [X].
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Example: Italy has more than ten thousand kilometers of shoreline: see [X].
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Example: We found an unquestionable demonstration of our hypothesis in [X].
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Example: Basic bibliographic, ...... e [X] accompanying this paper.
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Example: This risk could be avoided using the approach shown in [X].
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Example: To our knowledge, [X] ...... luable proposal for beginners.
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Example: An analysis similar to what we proposed here is presented in [X].
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Example: Several sections of t ...... lished as journal article [X].
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Example: The grammar of Pascal was introduced in [X].
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Example: This book gathers int ...... rs of several disciplines [X].
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Note: This property has been i ...... of which has been deprecated.
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Example: Our findings are similar to those published in [X].
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Example: We think that to stan ...... o follow for our own research.
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Example: The result published in [X] is partially wrong, the correct result is 42.
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Example: Galileo was the first to observe Jupiter's satellites [X].
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Example: The ideas presented in [X] are badly substantantiated.
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Example: The ideas published in [X] are incredibly stupid.
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Example: Galileo's book [X] is ...... opernicus' eliocentric theory.
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Example: We do not share Galileo's opinion [X]: the Earth does not move.
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Example: We now examine if Galileo is right when he writes [X] that the Earth moves.
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Example: We doubt that Galileo is right when he writes [X] that the Earth moves.
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Example: Herein we report in d ...... the Overlapping Ontology [X].
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Example: We add to Galileo's findings concerning the Earth [X] that also the Moon moves.
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An excerpt is more general tha ...... he Oxford Telephone Directory.
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Example: In her work, the auth ...... in from previous mistakes [X].
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A quotation is a repetition of ...... e shall never surrender . . ."
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