1 coautoría= co-authorship [coauthorship], co-authoring.Ex. This article compiles and analyses co-authorship data of science journal papers published between 1981-85.Ex. The process of authoring or co-authoring a hypermedia system consists of five distinct steps.----* escribir en coautoría = co-author [coauthor].* escrito en coautoría = co-authored.* orden de coautoría = co-authorship order.* * *= co-authorship [coauthorship], co-authoring.
Ex: This article compiles and analyses co-authorship data of science journal papers published between 1981-85.Ex: The process of authoring or co-authoring a hypermedia system consists of five distinct steps.* escribir en coautoría = co-author [coauthor].* escrito en coautoría = co-authored.* orden de coautoría = co-authorship order.
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