From Chinese Philosophy to Knowledge Discovery in Databases: A Case Study: Scientometric Analysis

Abstract : The field of scientometrics has been looking at the identification of co-authorship through network mapping. Research on this topic focuses on the cooperation of two authors who have published papers together. However, this paper is exploring the latent association of two authors. By 'latent association', we mean that the collaboration between two researchers has not yet occurred but might very likely take place in the future. In this paper, we will aim to find out a couple of authors who have never published together and who bear similar academic interests or study similar subjects.
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Eric Boutin, Pei Liu. From Chinese Philosophy to Knowledge Discovery in Databases: A Case Study: Scientometric Analysis. Encyclopedia of Database Technologies and Applications, Idea Group Reference, USA, pp.1-11, 2008. ⟨sic_00826989⟩

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