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), modestly high output (232 medals) with modestly high quality (4.74 medals per million of population), as indeed South Korea did. How does one use a single scalar indicator to compare these performances so that a single ranking can be made which optimally

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, South Korea and Taiwan have increased their research output at a particularly high rate over the last 10 years; Chuang et al. ( 2010 ) find that the research areas in which these three countries have the most significant achievements tend to be related

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Authors: Jia Zheng, Zhi-Yun Zhao, Xu Zhang, Dar-Zen Chen, Mu-Hsuan Huang, Xiao-Ping Lei, Ze-Yu Zhang, and Yun-Hua Zhao

.1%) South Korea 8 (1.0%) 8 (1.0%) 9 (0.9%) 7 (1.1%) 7 (1.1%) 8 (1

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Authors: Saeed-Ul Hassan, Peter Haddawy, Pratikshya Kuinkel, Alexander Degelsegger, and Cosima Blasy

to identify areas of alignment of research strength. Next the performance of ASEAN is benchmarked against China, Japan, South Korea and Australia. This helps to understand the standing of ASEAN as a whole in the Asia–Pacific region. Finally, the

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Summary Composite science and technology (S&T) indices are essential to overall understanding and evaluation of national S&T status, and to formulation of S&T policy. However, only a few studies on making these indices have been conducted so far since a number of complications and uncertainties are involved in the work. Therefore, this study proposes a new approach to employ fuzzy set theory and to make composite S&T indices, and applies it. The approach appears to successfully integrate various S&T indicators into three indices: R&D input, R&D output, and economic output. We also compare Korea’s S&T indices with those of five developed countries (France, Germany, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States) to obtain some implications of the results for Korea’s S&T.

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twelve disciplines in Brazil, Taiwan, Korea and Turkey as well as the EU, the United States, Japan and China. Leydesdorff and Wagner ( 2009 ) analysed temporal trends observed in international benchmarks focusing on nanotechnology, on the basis of the

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Asia, including Japan, China, South Korea and Taiwan, and compared those with the USA, from 2001 to 2010. Patent analysis 1

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for the radii of univalence of some special functions , Math. Inequal. Appl., 20 ( 3 ) ( 2017 ), 825 – 843 . [6] Aktaş , İ. and Orhan , H. , Bounds for the radii of convexity of some q-Bessel functions , Bull. Korean Math. Soc., 57 ( 2

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relation between knowledge diffusion and internalization of innovation capability by using patent citation data; some of them by comparing the evolving trajectories of technological development of Korea and Taiwan at either country or industry level and

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. 29. Mee-Jean , K. 2002 Citation patterns of Korean physicist and mechanical engineers: Differences by type of publication source and type of authorship Scientometrics

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