Leonardo Costa Ribeiro

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Scientific and other non-patent references (NPRs) in patents are important tools to analyze interactions between science and technology. are 165,762 patents with at least one reference to science and engineering (S&E) literature, from a total of 1,375,503 references. Through a lexical analysis, 71.1% of this S&E literature is classified by S&E fields. These(More)
The study of complex networks and the mechanisms underlying their formation gave an important direction to the research on the diffusion of information. It has been suggested that the network created by scientific citations follow a well-established picture of a scale-free network. Thus, citations should obey the basic mechanisms of preferential attachment,(More)
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