A more realistic estimate of scale effects is found using [math]H_.1/100,[/math] to make freeboard and overload without senzs. This method of analysis leads to more conservative estimates of economies of scale. This analysis also shows that the difference between large and small overloads for an identical average overload load is most pronounced for small freeboards (high water level). The difference is sharpest when the breaking water is low, where more water overflows into the armoured ridge, giving more air resistance. The wave share also significantly influences the reversal flow. In the event of a strong fraction of the wave, the main part of the rotating water is sprayed when the wave hits the slope and breaks. For the small fraction of the wave, much more water flows through the armored layer. This also has an impact on the differences observed in over-topping, with greater differences for the escarpment of the low wave. In the high case of breakwaters, the Kammber must be more or less filled with water before unleashing, especially in case of a small fraction of the wave. This reduces the effect of viscosity and is probably the reason why there are only small differences in overloads for this section. The conclusion is that the size of economies of scale is highly dependent on the superior geometry of the structure.

Analysis of the characteristics of interaction pathways suggests that the dynamics of differences of opinion between robots and humans vary considerably. The reverts between robots are generally slower and a conflict between two robots can take place over long periods, sometimes for years. In fact, bot-bot interactions have a different time scale than human-human interactions (S3 fig.). The characteristic average time between successive inversions for humans is 2 minutes, 24 hours or 1 year. In comparison, bot-bot interactions have a typical average response of 1 month. This difference is probably because, first, bots systematically search articles and, second, bots simply know how many times they can re-perform (the Wikipedia Bot Directive usually requires a 10-second interval or 5 for anti-vandalism activities, which is considered more urgent). On the other hand, people use automatic tools that report online changes to a pre-selected list of items [24,25]; They can therefore follow only a small set of articles and, in principle, react immediately to all the treatments of these. Unlike the four previous inductive methods, the method of accompanying variation does not involve the elimination of any circumstances. The change in size of one factor causes another factor to change in size.

For a property to be a necessary condition, it must always be present when the effect is present. Since this is the case, we are interested in examining cases where the effect is present and to learning about the characteristics that exist and are absent under the "possible necessary conditions." Obviously, the properties missing if the effect is present cannot be necessary conditions for effect. This method is also generally described in comparative policy as the most diverse conception of the system. Symbolically, the method of agreement can be presented as: Our research focuses on the treatment of bots. Our data contains who returns who, when and in which article. To obtain this information, we analyzed the Wikipedia XML Dumps "dumps.wikimedia.org/mirrors.html" of 13 different language editions. To detect recovered versions of an article, a hash for the full text of the article was calculated after each revision and the hashs were compared between revisions [23]. The data refer to the period from the beginning of Wikipedia (January 15, 2001) to February 2, 2010 to October 31, 2011, the most recent date, depending on the date of data collection for each language output.

A more realistic estimate of scale effects is found using [math]H_.1/100,[/math] to make freeboard and overload without senzs. This method of analysis leads to more conservative estimates of economies of scale. This analysis also shows that the difference between large and small overloads for an identical average overload load is most pronounced for small freeboards (high water level). The difference is sharpest when the breaking water is low, where more water overflows into the armoured ridge, giving more air resistance. The wave share also significantly influences the reversal flow. In the event of a strong fraction of the wave, the main part of the rotating water is sprayed when the wave hits the slope and breaks. For the small fraction of the wave, much more water flows through the armored layer. This also has an impact on the differences observed in over-topping, with greater differences for the escarpment of the low wave. In the high case of breakwaters, the Kammber must be more or less filled with water before unleashing, especially in case of a small fraction of the wave. This reduces the effect of viscosity and is probably the reason why there are only small differences in overloads for this section. The conclusion is that the size of economies of scale is highly dependent on the superior geometry of the structure.

Analysis of the characteristics of interaction pathways suggests that the dynamics of differences of opinion between robots and humans vary considerably. The reverts between robots are generally slower and a conflict between two robots can take place over long periods, sometimes for years. In fact, bot-bot interactions have a different time scale than human-human interactions (S3 fig.). The characteristic average time between successive inversions for humans is 2 minutes, 24 hours or 1 year. In comparison, bot-bot interactions have a typical average response of 1 month. This difference is probably because, first, bots systematically search articles and, second, bots simply know how many times they can re-perform (the Wikipedia Bot Directive usually requires a 10-second interval or 5 for anti-vandalism activities, which is considered more urgent). On the other hand, people use automatic tools that report online changes to a pre-selected list of items [24,25]; They can therefore follow only a small set of articles and, in principle, react immediately to all the treatments of these. Unlike the four previous inductive methods, the method of accompanying variation does not involve the elimination of any circumstances. The change in size of one factor causes another factor to change in size.

For a property to be a necessary condition, it must always be present when the effect is present. Since this is the case, we are interested in examining cases where the effect is present and to learning about the characteristics that exist and are absent under the "possible necessary conditions." Obviously, the properties missing if the effect is present cannot be necessary conditions for effect. This method is also generally described in comparative policy as the most diverse conception of the system. Symbolically, the method of agreement can be presented as: Our research focuses on the treatment of bots. Our data contains who returns who, when and in which article. To obtain this information, we analyzed the Wikipedia XML Dumps "dumps.wikimedia.org/mirrors.html" of 13 different language editions. To detect recovered versions of an article, a hash for the full text of the article was calculated after each revision and the hashs were compared between revisions [23]. The data refer to the period from the beginning of Wikipedia (January 15, 2001) to February 2, 2010 to October 31, 2011, the most recent date, depending on the date of data collection for each language output.

A more realistic estimate of scale effects is found using [math]H_.1/100,[/math] to make freeboard and overload without senzs. This method of analysis leads to more conservative estimates of economies of scale. This analysis also shows that the difference between large and small overloads for an identical average overload load is most pronounced for small freeboards (high water level). The difference is sharpest when the breaking water is low, where more water overflows into the armoured ridge, giving more air resistance. The wave share also significantly influences the reversal flow. In the event of a strong fraction of the wave, the main part of the rotating water is sprayed when the wave hits the slope and breaks. For the small fraction of the wave, much more water flows through the armored layer. This also has an impact on the differences observed in over-topping, with greater differences for the escarpment of the low wave. In the high case of breakwaters, the Kammber must be more or less filled with water before unleashing, especially in case of a small fraction of the wave. This reduces the effect of viscosity and is probably the reason why there are only small differences in overloads for this section. The conclusion is that the size of economies of scale is highly dependent on the superior geometry of the structure.

Analysis of the characteristics of interaction pathways suggests that the dynamics of differences of opinion between robots and humans vary considerably. The reverts between robots are generally slower and a conflict between two robots can take place over long periods, sometimes for years. In fact, bot-bot interactions have a different time scale than human-human interactions (S3 fig.). The characteristic average time between successive inversions for humans is 2 minutes, 24 hours or 1 year. In comparison, bot-bot interactions have a typical average response of 1 month. This difference is probably because, first, bots systematically search articles and, second, bots simply know how many times they can re-perform (the Wikipedia Bot Directive usually requires a 10-second interval or 5 for anti-vandalism activities, which is considered more urgent). On the other hand, people use automatic tools that report online changes to a pre-selected list of items [24,25]; They can therefore follow only a small set of articles and, in principle, react immediately to all the treatments of these. Unlike the four previous inductive methods, the method of accompanying variation does not involve the elimination of any circumstances. The change in size of one factor causes another factor to change in size.

For a property to be a necessary condition, it must always be present when the effect is present. Since this is the case, we are interested in examining cases where the effect is present and to learning about the characteristics that exist and are absent under the "possible necessary conditions." Obviously, the properties missing if the effect is present cannot be necessary conditions for effect. This method is also generally described in comparative policy as the most diverse conception of the system. Symbolically, the method of agreement can be presented as: Our research focuses on the treatment of bots. Our data contains who returns who, when and in which article. To obtain this information, we analyzed the Wikipedia XML Dumps "dumps.wikimedia.org/mirrors.html" of 13 different language editions. To detect recovered versions of an article, a hash for the full text of the article was calculated after each revision and the hashs were compared between revisions [23]. The data refer to the period from the beginning of Wikipedia (January 15, 2001) to February 2, 2010 to October 31, 2011, the most recent date, depending on the date of data collection for each language output.

A more realistic estimate of scale effects is found using [math]H_.1/100,[/math] to make freeboard and overload without senzs. This method of analysis leads to more conservative estimates of economies of scale. This analysis also shows that the difference between large and small overloads for an identical average overload load is most pronounced for small freeboards (high water level). The difference is sharpest when the breaking water is low, where more water overflows into the armoured ridge, giving more air resistance. The wave share also significantly influences the reversal flow. In the event of a strong fraction of the wave, the main part of the rotating water is sprayed when the wave hits the slope and breaks. For the small fraction of the wave, much more water flows through the armored layer. This also has an impact on the differences observed in over-topping, with greater differences for the escarpment of the low wave. In the high case of breakwaters, the Kammber must be more or less filled with water before unleashing, especially in case of a small fraction of the wave. This reduces the effect of viscosity and is probably the reason why there are only small differences in overloads for this section. The conclusion is that the size of economies of scale is highly dependent on the superior geometry of the structure.

Analysis of the characteristics of interaction pathways suggests that the dynamics of differences of opinion between robots and humans vary considerably. The reverts between robots are generally slower and a conflict between two robots can take place over long periods, sometimes for years. In fact, bot-bot interactions have a different time scale than human-human interactions (S3 fig.). The characteristic average time between successive inversions for humans is 2 minutes, 24 hours or 1 year. In comparison, bot-bot interactions have a typical average response of 1 month. This difference is probably because, first, bots systematically search articles and, second, bots simply know how many times they can re-perform (the Wikipedia Bot Directive usually requires a 10-second interval or 5 for anti-vandalism activities, which is considered more urgent). On the other hand, people use automatic tools that report online changes to a pre-selected list of items [24,25]; They can therefore follow only a small set of articles and, in principle, react immediately to all the treatments of these. Unlike the four previous inductive methods, the method of accompanying variation does not involve the elimination of any circumstances. The change in size of one factor causes another factor to change in size.

For a property to be a necessary condition, it must always be present when the effect is present. Since this is the case, we are interested in examining cases where the effect is present and to learning about the characteristics that exist and are absent under the "possible necessary conditions." Obviously, the properties missing if the effect is present cannot be necessary conditions for effect. This method is also generally described in comparative policy as the most diverse conception of the system. Symbolically, the method of agreement can be presented as: Our research focuses on the treatment of bots. Our data contains who returns who, when and in which article. To obtain this information, we analyzed the Wikipedia XML Dumps "dumps.wikimedia.org/mirrors.html" of 13 different language editions. To detect recovered versions of an article, a hash for the full text of the article was calculated after each revision and the hashs were compared between revisions [23]. The data refer to the period from the beginning of Wikipedia (January 15, 2001) to February 2, 2010 to October 31, 2011, the most recent date, depending on the date of data collection for each language output.