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even venue (conference or journal). Very few have dealt with the CiteSeer citation graph as a whole as we do in this study whose research questions are the following: What is the nature of CiteSeer data? Can sufficiently large citation and co-authorship

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both a medium of social action such as co-authorship and the result of scientists’ actions either be individual or collective. In that respect, as a medium, knowledge enhances the capacity for collaboration, as well as, impacts the shape of resulting

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Collaboration in science has become a prevailing trend and it will be worthwhile to study the patterns of co-authorships in scientific research. In this study a three-dimensional behavioural pattern of Indian medicinal co-authorship network is presented. The high evenness of this pattern has caused us to carry out a non-linear regression analysis. The pattern of Indian Medicinal coauthorships can be described by the same non-linear mathematical function that describes the behavioural patterns of international medicine co-authorship networks and networks of other scientific disciplines. The following question has arise: Is there a general validity of this function in co-authorship networks?

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Scientometrics
Authors:
Md. Dulal Hossain
,
Junghoon Moon
,
Hyoung Goo Kang
,
Sung Chul Lee
, and
Young Chan Choe

few have investigated Asian countries or developing countries in terms of co-authorships relations in the international literature (Leydesdorff and Sun 2009 ; Park et al. 2005 ; Shapiro 2007 ). In this aspect, we argue that TH model may also be

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Except the alphabetic ordering authorship papers, the citations of multi-authored papers are allocated to the authors based on their contributions to the paper. For papers without clarification of contribution proportion, a function of author number and rank is presented to rightly determine the credit allocated proportion and allocated citations of each author. Our citation allocation scheme is between the equally fractional counting and the one using the inverse of author rank. It has a parameter to adjust the credit distribution among the different authors. The allocated citations can either be used alone to indicate one's performance in a paper, or can be applied in the modification of h-index and g-index to represent the achievement of a scientist on the whole. The modified h-index and g-index of an author makes use of more papers in which he or she played important roles. Our method is suitable for the papers with wide range of author numbers.

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conferences (e.g. CIKM, WWW) and journals (e.g. Information Systems) in the scope of this study. – We report about the most successful co-authorship relationships in the database research community in the last decade. – We present an aggregate list of all the

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and Shirakawa conducted a quantitative analysis of researcher mobility and collaborative networks to identify connections that were not easy to be revealed via simple co-authorship analysis and found that such mobility networks extend beyond the

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collaboration and research innovation. This paper conducts a social network analysis (SNA) of co-authorship data for Korean PRIs in the fields of science and engineering, in which research activities are actively underway, in an endeavour to measure the

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An analysis of gender differences in psychology in India provides quantitative and qualitative assessment of R&D output contributed by psychologists with the indication of the trend of growth, skewness, relatedness, co-authorship pattern of productivity.

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Characteristics of publication activity and co-authorship in neurosciences are analysed. The present study aims at describing the common, as well as the distinguishing features of productivity and co-publication patterns of four types of authors. For this purpose, authors are classified according to their anterior and posterior records. The role of the author types in the process of documented scientific communication, the relation between co-authorship and publication activity, as well as collaboration between the four types is studied.

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