A general overview and bibliometric analysis of seven ACM hypertext and web conferences

@article{Agarwal2017AGO,
  title={A general overview and bibliometric analysis of seven ACM hypertext and web conferences},
  author={Swati Agarwal and Nitish Mittal and Ashish Sureka},
  journal={Int. J. Web Eng. Technol.},
  year={2017},
  volume={12},
  pages={190-233}
}
Bibliometric analysis of published scientific papers is a widely used practice to conduct quantitative evaluations and assessments of conferences. In this study, we performed an in-depth bibliometric, scientometric and exploratory analysis of ACM SIGWEB sponsored conferences by visually analysing the DBLP database. We conducted a series of experiments and empirical analysis to answer several questions. Our results showed that the articles published in SIGWEB conferences stem from a variety of… 

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