Bellovin, Jason Nieh Email privacy is of crucial importance. Existing email encryption approaches are comprehensive but seldom used due to their complexity and inconvenience. We take a new approach to simplify email encryption and improve its usability by implementing receiver-controlled encryption:
The opaque and the transparent format - the former can be used to be added to a cited URL, the latter can be used to replace a cited URL. Both formats will be returned in response to an archiving requestusually initiated by the citing author.
This format should only be used in a reference where the original URL is still visible: Most style guides currently give little or no guidance on how to cite URLs and their archived version, but most editors will accept something along the lines of citing the original URL together with the archived URL in a submitted manuscript.
Biomed Central by sending us their citing manuscripts shortly before or at publication which our software combs for URLs which have not been archived by the citing author.
The example above is from the citing paper with the DOI The DOI resolver at dx. For further information see Best Practices Guide. The author of a citing manuscript can: Either manually initiate the archiving of a single cited webpage by using either the WebCite bookmarklet or the archive page and manually insert a citation to the permanently archived webdocument on webcitation.
Readers can also search the WebCite database to see how a given URL looked like on a given date - provided somebody has cited that URL on or near that date.
The date search is "fuzzy", i. A drop-down list on top of the frame with different dates tells readers that snapshots were taken on these dates. Select any of these dates to retrieve the respective snapshot.
If you are a journal or book editor, publisher, or copyeditor, the first thing you should do is to insert a note in your "Instructions for authors" example asking your authors to use webcitation. If you are interested, please fill in this form.
If your content is dynamically changing, then you can publish a button which creates a new archived version whenever somebody cites the work: If your online content is static, and you want readers to cite a specific version, you can self-archive your work.
All they have to do is to publish a preprint online, and then to self-archive it here.
Note that all these buttons should not be used for journal articles, which are presumably already archived through other mechanisms LOCKSS etc. Participating publishers include publishers of scholarly journals like BioMed Central who use WebCite to preserve cited webmaterial.
We can also analyze back-issues of your journal s and archive the cited documents "retrospectively". Implementation examples at publishers logo to link to the archived copy in every webreference.
Science Oct 31; Eysenbach G, Trudel M. Going, Going, Still There: J Med Internet Res ;7 5:Uses of Internet for Teaching and Sharing Knowledge with others.
The Internet is a very important tool for educators. The Internet and its application is user-friendly and make students life easy.
A teacher can use YouTube . 17 Meng Seng Wong Nishimoto Hideki Philip George The Use of Importance-Performance Analysis (IPA) in Evaluating Japan's E-government Services Journal of Theoretical and Applied Electronic Commerce Research.
How does a WebCite ®-enhanced reference look like?. A WebCite ®-enhanced reference contains the traditional elements of a reference (e.g. author and title of the cited webpage, if known), the cited URL, and a WebCite ® URL..
There are two basic formats of a WebCite ® URL: The opaque and the transparent format - the former can be used to be added to a cited URL, the latter can be used to. Internet and its uses Internet is a global network of inter-connected computers, where one computer can be connected to any other computer (or computerized device) in any portion of the world.
Internet uses various internet protocol technologies. Title Authors Published Abstract Publication Details; Easy Email Encryption with Easy Key Management John S.
Koh, Steven M. Bellovin, Jason Nieh. Opinion mining (sometimes known as sentiment analysis or emotion AI) refers to the use of natural language processing, text analysis, computational linguistics, and biometrics to systematically identify, extract, quantify, and study affective states and subjective information.
Sentiment analysis is widely applied to voice of the customer materials such as reviews and survey responses, online.