Early Detection and Forecasting of Research Trends

@inproceedings{Salatino2015EarlyDA,
  title={Early Detection and Forecasting of Research Trends},
  author={Angelo Antonio Salatino},
  booktitle={DC@ISWC},
  year={2015}
}
Identifying and forecasting research trends is of critical importance for a variety of stakeholders, including researchers, academic publishers, institutional funding bodies, companies operating in the innovation space and others. Currently, this task is performed either by domain experts, with the assistance of tools for exploring research data, or by automatic approaches. The constant increase of research data makes the second solution more appropriate, however automatic methods suffer from a… CONTINUE READING

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