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The half-life of facts : why everything we know has an expiration date

著者: Samuel Arbesman
出版商: New York, New York, U.S.A. : Current, 2012.
丛书: Human body (Gareth Stevens Publishing)
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A new approach to understanding the ever-changing information that bombards us. Arbesman is an expert in scientometrics, literally the science of science--how we know what we know. It turns out that knowledge in most fields evolves in systematic and predictable ways, and understanding that evolution can enormously powerful.--Publisher information.
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所有的著者/提供者: Samuel Arbesman
ISBN: 9781591844723 159184472X
OCLC号码: 780480465
描述: viii, 242 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
内容: The half-life of facts --
The pace of discovery --
The asymptote of truth --
Moore's law of everything --
The spread of facts --
Hidden knowledge --
Fact phase transitions --
Mount Everest and the discovery of error --
The human side of facts --
At the edge of what we know.
丛书名: Human body (Gareth Stevens Publishing)
责任: Samuel Arbesman.
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A new approach to understanding the ever-changing information that bombards us. Arbesman is an expert in scientometrics, literally the science of science--how we know what we know. It turns out that knowledge in most fields evolves in systematic and predictable ways, and understanding that evolution can enormously powerful.--Publisher information.

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