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Approaches to understanding and measuring interdisciplinary scientific research (IDR): A review of the literature
Visualizing knowledge domains
- K. Börner, Chaomei Chen, K. Boyack
- Computer Science, SociologyAnnu. Rev. Inf. Sci. Technol.
- 31 January 2005
L'A. passe en revue les techniques de visualisation utilisees pour representer de facon cartographique la structure de domaine des disciplines scientifiques, et pour soutenir la recherche…
Mapping the backbone of science
A new map representing the structure of all of science, based on journal articles, is presented, including both the natural and social sciences, including biochemistry, which appears as the most interdisciplinary discipline in science.
Clustering More than Two Million Biomedical Publications: Comparing the Accuracies of Nine Text-Based Similarity Approaches
PubMed Related Articles' own related article approach (PMRA) generated the most coherent and most concentrated cluster solution of the nine text-based similarity approaches tested, followed closely by the BM25 approach using titles and abstracts.
Scholarly networks on resilience, vulnerability and adaptation within the human dimensions of global environmental change
The simultaneous evolution of author and paper networks
- K. Börner, Jeegar T Maru, Robert L. Goldstone
- Computer ScienceProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
- 19 November 2003
This article reviews major work on models that aim to capture and recreate the structure and dynamics of scientific evolution and introduces a general process model that simultaneously grows coauthor and paper citation networks.
The Science of Science
SciSci has revealed choices and trade-offs that scientists face as they advance both their own careers and the scientific horizon, and offers a deep quantitative understanding of the relational structure between scientists, institutions, and ideas, which facilitates the identification of fundamental mechanisms responsible for scientific discovery.
A Multi-Level Systems Perspective for the Science of Team Science
This Commentary proposes a systems perspective that incorporates a mixed-methods approach to SciTS that is commensurate with the conceptual, methodological, and translational complexities addressed within the SciTS field.
Analyzing and visualizing the semantic coverage of Wikipedia and its authors
A novel analysis and visualization of English Wikipedia data is presented, targeting the analysis of basic statistics, the identification of the semantic structure and the age of the categories in this free online encyclopedia, and the content coverage of its highly productive authors.
Mapping knowledge domains
The Arthur M. Sackler Colloquium on Mapping Knowledge Domains was designed to showcase the ongoing developments in this transformation and provide pointers toward the directions it will move.