Authors:Zaida Chinchilla-Rodríguez, Anuska Ferligoj, Sandra Miguel, Luka Kronegger, and Félix de Moya-Anegón
-Rodríguez , Z , Vargas-Quesada , B , Olmeda-Gómez , C , Moya-Anegón , F . Synthetic hybrid indicators based on scientific collaboration to quantify and evaluate individual research results . J Informetr 2009 3 2 91 – 101 10.1016/j.joi.2008
patents… The rationale is that the new invention is likely to integrate certain aspects of both former ones, and thus can be regarded as a hybrid development.” On the other hand, these authors also suggest that “the measure of bibliographical coupling is a
Authors:Omwoyo Bosire Onyancha and Jan Resenga Maluleka
traditional research team. Quality of research is increasingly being assessed against hybrid, contextually relevant criteria. 2005 , p. 1396). However, going by the current trends, Mode 2 knowledge production is increasingly being promoted, especially in
We consider Hausdorff operators generated by a function ϕ integrable in Lebesgue"s sense on either R or R2, and acting on the real Hardy space H1(R), or the product Hardy space H11(RR), or one of the hybrid Hardy spaces H10(R2) and H01(R2), respectively. We give a necessary and sufficient condition in terms of ϕ that the Hausdorff operator generated by it commutes
with the corresponding Hilbert transform.
Authors:Máxima Bolaños-Pizarro, Bart Thijs, and Wolfgang Glänzel
A bibliometric analysis of Spanish cardiovascular research is presented. The study focuses on the productivity, visibility
and citation impact in an international, notably European context. Special attention is given to international collaboration.
The underlying bibliographic data are collected from Thomson Reuters’s Web of Science on the basis of a ‘hybrid’ search strategy
combining core journals, lexical terms and citation links especially developed for the field of cardiology.
In this paper, we will study the field through the problematic network built by scientific articles, using actor-network theory (and consequently coword analysis) as a model for scientific knowledge (regarded as a social process) growth. Scientometrics is an hybrid field made of invisible college and a lot of users, thus controlled by both scientific research and final uses. Coword analysis gives the same weight to all articles, cited or not, and consequently computes the interaction network within all kind of authors. According to already described network properties of scientific interaction, coword analysis describes the dynamic of the field in accordance with what has been observed, and suggest forecast for the future.
Authors:Patrick Glenisson, Wolfgang Glänzel, and Olle Persson
Summary In the present study full-text analysis and traditional bibliometric methods are combined to improve the efficiency of the individual methods in the mapping of science. The methodology is applied to map research papers from a special issue of Scientometrics. The outcomes substantiate that such hybrid methodology can be applied to both research evaluation and information retrieval. The subject classification given by the guest-editors of the special issue is used for validation purposes. Because of the limited number of papers underlying the study the paper is considered a pilot study that will be extended in a later study on the basis of a larger corpus.
It is shown that the maximal operator of the one-dimensional dyadic derivative of the dyadic integral is bounded from the
dyadic Hardy-Lorentz spaceHp,q toLp,q (1/2<p<∞, 0<q≤∞) and is of weak type (L1,L1). We define the twodimensional dyadic hybrid Hardy spaceH1‖
and verify that the corresponding maximal operator of a two-dimensional function is of weak type (H1‖
,L1). As a consequence, we obtain that the dyadic integral of a two-dimensional functionfεH1‖
⊃LlogL is dyadically differentiable and its derivative is a.e.f.