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Volume 119, issue 1, 2019

A new hybrid model for quality assessment of scientific conferences based on Rough BWM and SERVQUAL pp. 1-30 Downloads
Željko Stević, Irena Đalić, Dragan Pamučar, Zdravko Nunić, Slavko Vesković, Marko Vasiljević and Ilija Tanackov
The scientific base for orthopaedic device development in South Africa: spatial and sectoral evolution of knowledge development pp. 31-54 Downloads
Faatiema Salie, Kylie Jager, Carsten Dreher and Tania S. Douglas
Participation of Mexican Civil Society Organizations in scientific publications pp. 55-72 Downloads
Roberto Lopez-Olmedo, Miguel Angel Perez-Angon and Norma Georgina Gutiérrez-Serrano
Aspect based citation sentiment analysis using linguistic patterns for better comprehension of scientific knowledge pp. 73-95 Downloads
Muhammad Touseef Ikram and Muhammad Tanvir Afzal
Analysing the theoretical roots of technology emergence: an evolutionary perspective pp. 97-118 Downloads
Serhat Burmaoglu, Olivier Sartenaer, Alan Porter and Munan Li
Unravelling the scientific research on grape and wine phenolic compounds: a bibliometric study pp. 119-147 Downloads
Jose Luis Aleixandre-Tudo, Lourdes Castelló-Cogollos, Jose Luis Aleixandre and Rafael Aleixandre-Benavent
Knowledge generation in the wake of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant disaster pp. 149-169 Downloads
Kiran Kaur, Kwan Hoong Ng, Ray Kemp, Yin Yee Ong, Zaharah Ramly and Ai Peng Koh
The h-index and multi-author hm-index for individual researchers in condensed matter physics pp. 171-185 Downloads
Anna Tietze and Philip Hofmann
Evaluation of h-index and its citation intensity based variants in the field of mathematics pp. 187-211 Downloads
Qurat-ul Ain, Hira Riaz and Muhammad Tanvir Afzal
Probability and expected frequency of breakthroughs: basis and use of a robust method of research assessment pp. 213-235 Downloads
Alonso Rodríguez-Navarro and Ricardo Brito
Few research fields play major role in interdisciplinary grant success pp. 237-246 Downloads
Arif Khan, Nazim Choudhury and Shahadat Uddin
Balance: a thermodynamic perspective pp. 247-255 Downloads
Gangan Prathap
Bibliometric-enhanced information retrieval: a novel deep feature engineering approach for algorithm searching from full-text publications pp. 257-277 Downloads
Iqra Safder and Saeed-Ul Hassan
Correlations between submission and acceptance of papers in peer review journals pp. 279-302 Downloads
Marcel Ausloos, Olgica Nedič and Aleksandar Dekanski
The Brazilian academic genealogy: evidence of advisor–advisee relationships through quantitative analysis pp. 303-333 Downloads
Rafael J. P. Damaceno, Luciano Rossi, Rogério Mugnaini and Jesús P. Mena-Chalco
Research and partnership in studies of sugarcane using molecular markers: a scientometric approach pp. 335-355 Downloads
Ivone de Bem Oliveira, Rhewter Nunes, Lucia Mattiello, Stela Barros-Ribeiro, Isabela Pavanelli Souza, Alexandre Siqueira Guedes Coelho and Rosane Garcia Collevatti
A century of scientific publication: towards a theorization of growth behavior and research-orientation pp. 357-377 Downloads
Chan-Yuan Wong
A few notes on main path analysis pp. 379-391 Downloads
John S. Liu, Louis Y. Y. Lu and Mei Hsiu-Ching Ho
A data science-based framework to categorize academic journals pp. 393-423 Downloads
Zahid Halim and Shafaq Khan
Tracing the ‘swan groups’ of physics and economics in the key publications of nobel laureates pp. 425-436 Downloads
Helena H. Zhang, Alesia A. Zuccala and Fred Y. Ye
How latecomers catch up to leaders in high-energy physics as Big Science: transition from national system to international collaboration pp. 437-480 Downloads
Young-Sun Jang and Young Joo Ko
Influential tweeters in relation to highly cited articles in altmetric big data pp. 481-493 Downloads
Saeed-Ul Hassan, Timothy D. Bowman, Mudassir Shabbir, Aqsa Akhtar, Mubashir Imran and Naif Radi Aljohani
Self-esteem, self-symbolizing, and academic recognition: behavioral evidence from curricula vitae pp. 495-525 Downloads
Weilong Bi, Ho Fai Chan and Benno Torgler
A citation history of measurements of Newton’s constant of gravity pp. 527-541 Downloads
Katelyn Horstman and Virginia Trimble
Missing documents in Scopus: the case of the journal Enfermeria Nefrologica pp. 543-547 Downloads
Erwin Krauskopf
Charting a path between the simple and the false and the complex and unusable: Review of Henk F. Moed, Applied Evaluative Informetrics [in the series Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis of Scientific and Scholarly Communication, Wolfgang Glänzel, Andras Schubert (eds.)] pp. 549-560 Downloads
David A. Pendlebury

Volume 118, issue 3, 2019

Key nodes mining in the inventor–author knowledge diffusion network pp. 721-735 Downloads
Guijie Zhang, Luning Liu and Fangfang Wei
Global networks of genetically modified crops technology: a patent citation network analysis pp. 737-762 Downloads
Jiaojiao Ji, George A. Barnett and Jianxun Chu
The correlation between paper length and citations: a meta-analysis pp. 763-786 Downloads
Juan Xie, Kaile Gong, Ying Cheng and Qing Ke
Edge factors: scientific frontier positions of nations pp. 787-808 Downloads
Mikko Packalen
Comprehensive evaluation of h-index and its extensions in the domain of mathematics pp. 809-822 Downloads
Rizwan Ghani, Faiza Qayyum, Muhammad Tanvir Afzal and Hermann Maurer
An evolutionary analysis of the innovation policy domain: Is there a paradigm shift? pp. 823-847 Downloads
Serhat Burmaoglu and Ozcan Saritas
A bibliometric visualization of the economics and sociology of wealth inequality: a world apart? pp. 849-868 Downloads
Philipp Korom
IPR gender gaps: a first look at utility model, design right and trademark filings pp. 869-883 Downloads
Jussi Heikkilä
Do the best papers have the highest probability of being cited? pp. 885-890 Downloads
J. A. García, Rosa Rodriguez-Sánchez and J. Fdez-Valdivia
Universities’ structural commitment to interdisciplinary research pp. 891-919 Downloads
Erin Leahey, Sondra N. Barringer and Misty Ring-Ramirez
Triple helix in the science and technology innovation centers of China from the perspective of mutual information: a comparative study between Beijing and Shanghai pp. 921-940 Downloads
Weimin Kang, Shuliang Zhao, Wei Song and Tao Zhuang
Competing, complementary and co-existing paradigms in techno-scientific literature: A case study of Nanotechnology for engineering pp. 941-977 Downloads
Thara Prabhakaran, Hiran H. Lathabai and Susan George
Frontier knowledge discovery and visualization in cancer field based on KOS and LDA pp. 979-1010 Downloads
Qingqiang Wu, Yichen Kuang, Qingqi Hong and Yingying She
Highly cited researchers: a moving target pp. 1011-1025 Downloads
Domingo Docampo and Lawrence Cram
Bibliometric and text mining approaches to evaluate landfill design standards pp. 1027-1049 Downloads
Amy Richter, Kelvin Tsun Wai Ng and Bahareh Fallah
Keyword frequencies in anglophone psychology pp. 1051-1064 Downloads
John G. Benjafield
A new parameter for (normalized) evaluation of H-index: countries as a case study pp. 1065-1078 Downloads
Maziar Montazerian, Edgar Dutra Zanotto and Hellmut Eckert
Citations and certainty: a new interpretation of citation counts pp. 1079-1092 Downloads
Henry Small, Kevin W. Boyack and Richard Klavans
Learning about learning: patterns of sharing of research knowledge among Education, Border, and Cognitive Science fields pp. 1093-1117 Downloads
Alan L. Porter, David J. Schoeneck, Jan Youtie, Gregg E. A. Solomon, Seokbeom Kwon and Stephen F. Carley
Measuring academic influence using heterogeneous author-citation networks pp. 1119-1140 Downloads
Fen Zhao, Yi Zhang, Jianguo Lu and Ofer Shai
Impact assessment of a support programme of science-based emerging technologies pp. 1141-1161 Downloads
Ulrich Schmoch, Bernd Beckert and Petra Schaper-Rinkel
hα: the scientist as chimpanzee or bonobo pp. 1163-1166 Downloads
Loet Leydesdorff, Lutz Bornmann and Tobias Opthof
Response to comment “hα: the scientist as chimpanzee or bonobo”, by Leydesdorff, Bornmann and Opthof pp. 1167-1172 Downloads
J. E. Hirsch

Volume 118, issue 2, 2019

Structure and evolution of Indian physics co-authorship networks pp. 385-406 Downloads
Chakresh Kumar Singh and Shivakumar Jolad
What’s in a name? Exploring the conceptual structure of emerging organizations pp. 407-437 Downloads
Manuel Castriotta, Michela Loi, Elona Marku and Luca Naitana
Policies regarding public availability of published research data in pediatrics journals pp. 439-451 Downloads
Rafael Aleixandre-Benavent, Antonia Ferrer Sapena, Silvia Coronado Ferrer, Fernanda Peset and Alicia García García
Scholarly impact assessment: a survey of citation weighting solutions pp. 453-478 Downloads
Liwei Cai, Jiahao Tian, Jiaying Liu, Xiaomei Bai, Ivan Lee, Xiangjie Kong and Feng Xia
Digital competences, computer skills and information literacy in secondary education: mapping and visualization of trends and concepts pp. 479-498 Downloads
Karmen Stopar and Tomaž Bartol
Science in Mexico: a bibliometric analysis pp. 499-517 Downloads
Bárbara S. Lancho-Barrantes and Francisco J. Cantú-Ortiz
The influence of highly cited papers on field normalised indicators pp. 519-537 Downloads
Mike Thelwall
Do altmetrics work for assessing research quality? pp. 539-562 Downloads
Andrea Giovanni Nuzzolese, Paolo Ciancarini, Aldo Gangemi, Silvio Peroni, Francesco Poggi and Valentina Presutti
Definition of authorship in social science journals pp. 563-585 Downloads
Yu-Wei Chang
What connections lead to good scientific performance? pp. 587-604 Downloads
Jing Tu
Fame in the sciences: a culturomics approach pp. 605-615 Downloads
Ho Fai Chan, Franklin G. Mixon and Benno Torgler
Two decades of information systems: a bibliometric review pp. 617-643 Downloads
Jiaying Liu, Jiahao Tian, Xiangjie Kong, Ivan Lee and Feng Xia
Publishing in English or another language: An inclusive study of scholar’s language publication preferences in the natural, social and interdisciplinary sciences pp. 645-652 Downloads
Daniel Stockemer and Michael J. Wigginton
Large enough sample size to rank two groups of data reliably according to their means pp. 653-671 Downloads
Zhesi Shen, Liying Yang, Zengru Di and Jinshan Wu
hα: An index to quantify an individual’s scientific leadership pp. 673-686 Downloads
J. E. Hirsch
An approach to conference selection and evaluation: advice to avoid “predatory” conferences pp. 687-698 Downloads
Raynell Lang, Marcy Mintz, Hartmut B. Krentz and M. John Gill
Radiation oncology and social media platforms – Use, benefits, pitfalls pp. 699-703 Downloads
Biplab Sarkar, Anusheel Munshi, Arjunan Manikandan, Tharmarnadar Ganesh and Bidhu Mohanti
Productivity does not equal usefulness pp. 705-707 Downloads
Lutz Bornmann and Alexander Tekles
DOI errors and possible solutions for Web of Science pp. 709-718 Downloads
Junwen Zhu, Guangyuan Hu and Weishu Liu
Correction to: The trench warfare of gender discrimination: evidence from academic promotions to full professor in Italy pp. 719-719 Downloads
Giulio Marini and Viviana Meschitti

Volume 118, issue 1, 2019

Identification of research communities in cited and uncited publications using a co-authorship network pp. 1-19 Downloads
Zewen Hu, Angela Lin and Peter Willett
Identification of important citations by exploiting research articles’ metadata and cue-terms from content pp. 21-43 Downloads
Faiza Qayyum and Muhammad Tanvir Afzal
Investigating technology opportunities: the use of SAOx analysis pp. 45-70 Downloads
Kyuwoong Kim, Kyeongmin Park and Sungjoo Lee
Measuring changes in publication patterns in a context of performance-based research funding systems: the case of educational research in the University of Gothenburg (2005–2014) pp. 71-91 Downloads
Linda Sīle and Raf Vanderstraeten
Co-authorship networks and research impact in large research facilities: benchmarking internal reports and bibliometric databases pp. 93-108 Downloads
Fabio S. V. Silva, Peter A. Schulz and Everard C. M. Noyons
Can we predict ESI highly cited publications? pp. 109-125 Downloads
Fenghua Wang, Ying Fan, An Zeng and Zengru Di
Capturing the economic value of triadic patents pp. 127-157 Downloads
Leila Tahmooresnejad and Catherine Beaudry
Research on Derek John de Solla Price Medal Prediction Based on Academic Credit Analysis pp. 159-175 Downloads
Zhou Chunlei, Kong Xiangyi and Lin Zhipeng
Google Scholar to overshadow them all? Comparing the sizes of 12 academic search engines and bibliographic databases pp. 177-214 Downloads
Michael Gusenbauer
The collaboration behavior of top scientists pp. 215-232 Downloads
Giovanni Abramo, Ciriaco Andrea D’Angelo and Flavia Di Costa
Taking scholarly books into account, part II: a comparison of 19 European countries in evaluation and funding pp. 233-251 Downloads
Elea Giménez-Toledo, Jorge Mañana-Rodríguez, Tim C. E. Engels, Raf Guns, Emanuel Kulczycki, Michael Ochsner, Janne Pölönen, Gunnar Sivertsen and Alesia A. Zuccala
Generating automatically labeled data for author name disambiguation: an iterative clustering method pp. 253-280 Downloads
Jinseok Kim, Jinmo Kim and Jason Owen-Smith
Predictive power of conference-related factors on citation rates of conference papers pp. 281-304 Downloads
Danielle H. Lee
A citation index for principal investigators pp. 305-320 Downloads
Christoph Steinbrüchel
Do faculty journal selections correspond to objective indicators of citation impact? Results for 20 academic departments at Manhattan College pp. 321-337 Downloads
William H. Walters and Susanne Markgren
The ability of different peer review procedures to flag problematic publications pp. 339-373 Downloads
S. P. J. M. Horbach and W. Halffman
Some reflections on being cited 10,000 times pp. 375-381 Downloads
James Hartley
Correction to: Evaluating author name disambiguation for digital libraries: a case of DBLP pp. 383-383 Downloads
Jinseok Kim
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