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Publication date: 29 Sep 2011. Cumulative views from 29 Sep 2011 - 1 Mar 2017.

  • Total views: 396
  • Total PDF views: 394
  • Total HTML views: 2

Cumulative Usage:

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Sep 201100
Oct 2011330
Nov 2011501
Dec 2011611
Jan 2012791
Feb 2012881
Mar 20121031
Apr 20121201
May 20121311
Jun 20121361
Jul 20121411
Aug 20121451
Sep 20121501
Oct 20121591
Nov 20121701
Dec 20121761
Jan 20131821
Feb 20131871
Mar 20131921
Apr 20131991
May 20132051
Jun 20132081
Jul 20132121
Aug 20132191
Sep 20132271
Oct 20132331
Nov 20132371
Dec 20132411
Jan 20142471
Feb 20142511
Mar 20142621
Apr 20142641
May 20142691
Jun 20142701
Jul 20142711
Aug 20142752
Sep 20142772
Oct 20142832
Nov 20142882
Dec 20142932
Jan 20152982
Feb 20153002
Mar 20153072
Apr 20153082
May 20153132
Jun 20153242
Jul 20153292
Aug 20153362
Sep 20153382
Oct 20153422
Nov 20153472
Dec 20153502
Jan 20163532
Feb 20163552
Mar 20163592
Apr 20163622
May 20163662
Jun 20163712
Jul 20163752
Aug 20163772
Sep 20163792
Oct 20163812
Nov 20163842
Dec 20163882
Jan 20173912
Feb 20173942
Mar 20173942
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