Vladimir M. Moskovkin

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The possibility of using the Google Patents search tool in patentometric analysis based on the world largest innovative companies is substantiated. Of these companies, the dynamics of issued patents for 2-year intervals over a 10-year period (2001–2010) were analyzed; with this method it was possible to classify these companies according to their patent(More)
A simple methodology of multi-dimensional vector analysis for the comparison of the academic performance and the openness of university networks of the identical dimension was developed, which is illustrated by the example of the leading universities in the Czech Republic and Germany. In order to make this comparison, proximity measures were introduced with(More)
Possible variant of people's infection by bird flu pathogenic culture in passing of everyday infection is presented in the work: through the contact of open parts of the skin with infected surfaces of the vehicle, that is the sequent of the reused water, which contains all species spectrum of pathogen accumulated on the urban areas, used in process of(More)
The paper shows how editors of hybrid journals, high IF OA-Journals and Low-IF OA-Journals behave in the conditions of the publication race going on under the slogan “Publish or Perish”, by launching “bibliometric and citation games”. The publishers from the first group, namely Elsevier, Springer and Wiley Publishers, charge an average $3,000 for the Open(More)
The paper presents a methodology for calculating the aggregate global university ranking (Aggregated Global University Ranking, or AGUR), which consists of an automated presentation of the comparable lists of names for different universities from particular global university rankings (using Machine Learning and Mining Data algorithms) and a simple procedure(More)
A methodology for constructing academic terminological and publishing structures using the Google Scholar search engine is presented. These structures are formed for the classical universities of Kharkiv and Skopje based on the example of basic environmental terms of a general nature that are distinguished in English-language publications. The environmental(More)
The role of universities and transnational corporations in the circulation of scientific knowledge is considered. If institutions generate, mostly scientific knowledge, trying to facilitate its free circulation, then transnational companies, contrarily, try to remove most significant and cutting-edge scientific knowledge from free circulation and its(More)
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