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Spatio-Temporal Information Production and Consumption of Major U.S. Research Institutions

@inproceedings{Duhon2005SpatioTemporalIP,
  title={Spatio-Temporal Information Production and Consumption of Major U.S. Research Institutions},
  author={R. Duhon and E. F. Hardy and Bradford Paley and K. Boyack and Richard Kalvans and K. B{\"o}rner},
  year={2005}
}
This paper reports the results of a large scale data analysis that aims to identify the information production and consumption among top research institutions in the United States. A 20-year publication data set was analyzed to identify the 500 most cited research institutions and spatio-temporal changes in their inter-citation patterns. A novel approach to analyzing the dual role of institutions as information producers and consumers and to study the diffusion of information among them is… Expand
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