Agile Methodologies Do not Improve Software Quality
The advent of agile methodologies has brought about an illuminating debate in Software Engineering, particularly about software quality. Some studies have reported that agile methodologies do improve software quality when ...
“De-[Constructing] Growth” is offered as a deeper and more useful conceptualization that avoids the negative connotations of, and resistance to, “degrowth” by decoupling profit from unsustainable consumption, production, and inequality.
Electrochemical Biosensor Using Acetobacter Enzyme for Detecting AlcoholVIEW ALL PREPRINTS
Determining halal product of fermented foods and bevearages becomes important for muslim consumers due to religious codification of halal. In order to help on site analysis, an alcohol biosensor was ...
New Features: Update Alerts and Preprint Ratings
We have introduced two new features for Preprints to help readers make the most of their time reading a preprint: Sign up for email alerts for any preprint. Click the 'alert' button to ...
Top Read and Downloaded Preprints
Over the past months, we have the chance to announce some very high quality preprints. Here is a selection of the most read and most downloaded articles to date.Most viewed: 688,112 Statistical ...
Crossref and Preprints
Crossref is the organisation that issues persistent identifiers for academic digital content, known as digital object identifiers (DOIs). They do a great job at creating a unique link to content ...
Publishing in Peer-Reviewed Journals after Archiving on Preprints
The majority of journals now support archival of working papers (preprints) on a public server in advance of peer-review and formal publication. Authors can visit the Sherpa database before uploading ...
First 100 Preprints Posted at Preprints.org
As of 2 August 2016, the first 100 preprints have been posted on Preprints.org. We would like to thank all authors who contributed, and very much look forward to further submissions.
Additions to the Advisory Board (Updated)
We are very pleased to announce the 25 more appointed members to the Preprints Advisory Board since 11 May 2016 : Dr. Dharma P. ...
First Preprint Posted
We are delighted to announce that the first article on our preprints platform, Preprints.org has already been posted. Thank you to authors Ahmed Al-Amiery, Hasan R. Obayes, Mohammed S. Ali and ...
Additions to the Advisory Board
We are very pleased to announce the newly appointed members to the Preprints Advisory Board: Dr. Sari Acra Prof. Dr. James Albright Prof. Dr. Jürg Bähler Dr. George Calin Prof. Dr. Albrecht Classen Prof. Dr. Norbert ...
Preprints.org: A New Preprint ServiceVIEW ALL NEWS
We are very pleased to announce our new, multidisciplinary preprint platform - Preprints.org - supported by MDPI (http://www.mdpi.com). Created for academics, Preprints will enable authors to set research precedents in all ...
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