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We are writing an article in which we should give a figure (a satellite image; not a real map) to make the 'preliminary' section complete and understandable. However, drawing the image ourselves is not possible. However, as the image is related to a well-known problem, it is available in various Q & A forums. The same image can be found in multiple such forums and we do not know the original source of the image. In such a scenario, Would it be unethical to not cite the forum in our research paper? If we must cite any of the available forum links, how are we supposed to cite the image?

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Would there be any reason a paper cannot be submitted to arXiv if it's already on ResearchGate (assuming it's on an topic accepted by arXiv)?

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I am wondering what would be the correct year to use for this book?: http://www. worldscientific. com/worldscibooks/10.1142/9195 On the page it says 2014, and on google scholar I see that other people have used 2014. But inside the book as can be seen here link, it says copyright 2015. What year should I put for it?

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Why do some professors arrange meetings to give updates about their ongoing work? The updates are certainly exciting, especially for the other people who have been in the lab for awhile and was involved in the work in some small way. But these meetings are also open to visitors, and visiting professors and post docs come too. Isn't there a fear of outsiders (or even insiders) scooping the ideas and beating them to publication? Although I highly doubt that, but I'm curious to know.

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Will a paper accepted by a new conference, whose proceedings will be published by ACM and indexed in Ei Compendex and Scopus, also be indexed in DBLP? In particular, will the proceedings of ICCBDC be indexed in DBLP?

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My article has been published in "Sensor Letters" journal in September 2016. But, we have not yet received the published version of the article. Since that time, we have sent several emails to the editor-in-chief of the Journal. Also we even called him, but I haven't received my article yet. What can I do about this problem (getting the article from the journal)?

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Assume that John is taking interview of harry. In past, harry was an administrator but now he is not . what should harry say here? JOHN : Harry, Tell me about your past experience Harry : I was an administrator for two years at COMPANY A Or Harry : I have been an administrator for two years at COMPANY A I think they are just like "I did that for two years" and "i have done that for two years" But both refer to Past. But "I have done that for two years" sounds More accurate when we want to describe any time period (for,since). So i am thinking 2nd one is more accurate here.

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I read the word 'pace' from a word-builder vocabulary book and says it comes from a Latin root and has the meaning of 'contrary to the opinion of', and an additional sentence example: She had only three husbands, pace some Hollywood historians who claim she had as many as six. However, I look up the whole dictionary for the items of 'pace', and found no such meaning.

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What was going on in this discussion about the phrase “I don’t bite"? The translation: The comments:If you happen to be on a mobile device, the conversation runs like this: Translation: I don't bite. Response 1: Unless that's what floats your boat. Response 2: But Luis Suarez doesResponse 3: This could go in the flirting lesson Face palm. It seems that it relates to Luis Suarez according to the discussion and sexual attraction according to this Twitter. Brendan Rodgers "Luis Suarez is one of the most beautiful men you can come across" Whatever floats your boat lad... #SkySports #Celtic Could anyone please explain that a little bit?

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You must read the book, as must your brother. I want to use this sentence to express the following meaning: Your brother must read the book; You also must read the book like your brother. Is it natural?

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