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co·au·thor

or co-au·thor (kō-ô′thər)
n.
A collaborating or joint author.
tr.v. co·au·thored, co·au·thor·ing, co·au·thors or co-au·thored or co-au·thor·ing or co-au·thors
To be a collaborating or joint author of: two colleagues who coauthored an article.
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coauthor

(kəʊˈɔːθə)
n
(Journalism & Publishing) a person who shares the writing of a book, article, etc, with another
vb
(Journalism & Publishing) (tr) to be the joint author of (a book, article, etc)
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co•au•thor

(koʊˈɔ θər, ˈkoʊˌɔ-)

n.
1. one of two or more joint authors.
v.t.
2. to be a coauthor of.
[1860–65]
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coauthor


Past participle: coauthored
Gerund: coauthoring

Imperative
coauthor
coauthor
Present
I coauthor
you coauthor
he/she/it coauthors
we coauthor
you coauthor
they coauthor
Preterite
I coauthored
you coauthored
he/she/it coauthored
we coauthored
you coauthored
they coauthored
Present Continuous
I am coauthoring
you are coauthoring
he/she/it is coauthoring
we are coauthoring
you are coauthoring
they are coauthoring
Present Perfect
I have coauthored
you have coauthored
he/she/it has coauthored
we have coauthored
you have coauthored
they have coauthored
Past Continuous
I was coauthoring
you were coauthoring
he/she/it was coauthoring
we were coauthoring
you were coauthoring
they were coauthoring
Past Perfect
I had coauthored
you had coauthored
he/she/it had coauthored
we had coauthored
you had coauthored
they had coauthored
Future
I will coauthor
you will coauthor
he/she/it will coauthor
we will coauthor
you will coauthor
they will coauthor
Future Perfect
I will have coauthored
you will have coauthored
he/she/it will have coauthored
we will have coauthored
you will have coauthored
they will have coauthored
Future Continuous
I will be coauthoring
you will be coauthoring
he/she/it will be coauthoring
we will be coauthoring
you will be coauthoring
they will be coauthoring
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been coauthoring
you have been coauthoring
he/she/it has been coauthoring
we have been coauthoring
you have been coauthoring
they have been coauthoring
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been coauthoring
you will have been coauthoring
he/she/it will have been coauthoring
we will have been coauthoring
you will have been coauthoring
they will have been coauthoring
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been coauthoring
you had been coauthoring
he/she/it had been coauthoring
we had been coauthoring
you had been coauthoring
they had been coauthoring
Conditional
I would coauthor
you would coauthor
he/she/it would coauthor
we would coauthor
you would coauthor
they would coauthor
Past Conditional
I would have coauthored
you would have coauthored
he/she/it would have coauthored
we would have coauthored
you would have coauthored
they would have coauthored
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.coauthor - a writer who collaborates with others in writing something
author, writer - writes (books or stories or articles or the like) professionally (for pay)
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Translations

coauthor

[ˈkəʊˌɔːθəʳ] ncoautore/trice
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Hamermesh and Oster (2002) noted that rapidly improving communications technology has lowered the cost of coauthoring with distant researchers, rendering this fact less relevant.
Generally, I suggest that coauthoring aggregates into a networked community that facilitates the communication of knowledge and that it might be promoted as such.
Coauthoring that can lead to networks has been documented in many fields, including social work, and appears to be increasing.
In essence, coauthoring with students challenges us to see research through their eyes, which subsequently allows us to maintain a fresh perspective about research, writing, and creative endeavors.
He worked with mathematicians all over the globe, coauthoring papers with more than 500 other researchers during his lifetime.
Some readers have asked why an author with my literary credentials--acclaim, prize nominations, awards, etc.--"lowers" himself by coauthoring The Joy of Gay Sex.
A study examined the influence of coauthoring on the writing process in the classroom.
A higher weight for coauthored articles (d[Phi] [greater than] 0), or a larger productivity gain from coauthoring (dB [greater than] 0) will lead to an increase in the time devoted to coauthored articles (d[t.sub.i] [less than] 0).
where the net utility of publishing and coauthoring by person i at time j depends on observed individual and institutional attributes, [X.sup.P.sub.ij] and [X.sup.C.sub.ij], and unobservables, [[epsilon].sup.P.sub.ij] and [[epsilon].sup.C.sub.ij], which are assumed to be distributed bivariate normal, [0,0,1,1,[rho]].
However, a greater number of recently minted PhDs might also increase the number of potential similarly situated coauthors, which could increase the probability of coauthoring. Finally, the model includes five binary variables that equal 1 for the directory dates 1974, 1985, 1989, 1993, and 1997, where 1964 is the excluded date.
Because solo authorship is an alternative to coauthoring that avoids the cost of distance while forgoing the potential benefits of collaboration, we do some additional testing of the distance effect and its change over time by making comparisons to solo-authored papers.
To test the hypothesis that gender has a significant effect on the probability of coauthoring, we examine the decision to coauthor as a function of gender and other variables expected to be important determinants of the decision.