Co-publications scientifiques, analyse des réseaux latents

Abstract : Analysis of co-scientific publications has been the main subject of numerous works mobilizing relational analysis to the study of infometric corpora. All these works focus on the existence of a relationship between authors as elementary component of the network association. In this work, our aim is to highlight the remarkable lack of collaboration between authors. The lack of relationship can be more significant than his presence. The latent network is based on the use of empty. The approach by the latent networks is interested in the identification of potential collaborations. This approach helps to reveal new associations. A latent association between two authors means that these two authors have never worked together while in other areas, they have between them a proximity. For example, two writers have never published together while their research is similar. Maybe there is an incompatibility between those people who can not work together? Maybe the latent association revealed by the analysis focus a emerging association in the future. In this work, we describe the infometric method used to reveal latent networks. We then propose an experimen
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XVIème Congrès de la SFSIC, Les sciences de l'information et de la communication : affirmation et pluralité, Compiègne., Jun 2008, France. pp.xx-xx


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Eric Boutin, Gabriel Gallezot, Daphné Duvernay. Co-publications scientifiques, analyse des réseaux latents. XVIème Congrès de la SFSIC, Les sciences de l'information et de la communication : affirmation et pluralité, Compiègne., Jun 2008, France. pp.xx-xx. <sic_00341746>

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