Authors:Peng Hui Lv, Gui-Fang Wang, Yong Wan, Jia Liu, Qing Liu, and Fei-cheng Ma
. Countries of publication and international collaboration analysis. Citation analysis of research publications. Authorship and coauthorship of papers. Distribution of author keywords and co-words analysis.
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( 1996 ) program for visualization. (ii) Semantic analysis of co-words in titles of citable items separately for CAST and CRIS. Co-occurring words in titles of items were processed by using Bibexcel (Persson 2009 ) to generate a co-occurrence matrix
Co-words have been considered as carriers of meaning across different domains in studies of science, technology, and society.
Words and co-words, however, obtain meaning in sentences, and sentences obtain meaning in their contexts of use. At the science/society
interface, words can be expected to have different meanings: the codes of communication that provide meaning to words differ
on the varying sides of the interface. Furthermore, meanings and interfaces may change over time. Given this structuring of
meaning across interfaces and over time, we distinguish between metaphors and diaphors as reflexive mechanisms that facilitate
the translation between contexts. Our empirical focus is on three recent scientific controversies: Monarch butterflies, Frankenfoods,
and stem-cell therapies. This study explores new avenues that relate the study of co-word analysis in context with the sociological
quest for the analysis and processing of meaning.
In science and technology studies, co-occurrence of words (‘co-words’) has been considered as the carrier of meaning across different fields (Callon et al. 1983 ). The co-word analysis is a kind of content analysis methods
Authors:Peter Mutschke, Philipp Mayr, Philipp Schaer, and York Sure
associated co-words of the initial query terms have any positive effects on retrieval quality? Do combinations of the services enhance the effects? By measuring the contribution of our services to retrieval performance we expect deeper insights in the
Authors:M. Angeles Zulueta, Gisela Cantos-Mateos, Benjamín Vargas-Quesada, and Carmen Sánchez
difficulty assimilating the new lines of research and information.
Studies of co-words may prove very adequate in resolving this problem. This type of study, forged since the 1980s (Callon et al. 1983 ), stems from the notion that the co
two common types of Web hyperlink analysis. Parallel to the inlink and co-link concepts are the concepts of the number of keywords and the number of co-words. Thelwall and Sud ( 2011 ) proposed organisation title mentions as a measure of academic