CNCI in the discipline. In the WoS data, Keywords Plus extracted from titles of cited publications and footnotes provide supplementary terms to the Author’s Keywords ( Chen, 2017 ; Garfield, 1990 ). Based on keywords and using the full counting method maps were generated by VOSviewer (version 1.6.10).
Univ E was selected as the leading university in the area of molecular biology & genetics. Its keyword co-occurrence map led to six main clusters (indicated with colored nodes and links, Figure 2a) . The themes of these clusters are stem cell and genes (blue cluster
discrediting the potential value and contributions of artistic research, we illustrate its artificial nature—stemming from the sudden elevation of higher art education to university status and its associated expectations. Arguing that this precipitous introduction of higher art education into the traditional university sector has deprived the newly established notion of artistic research from the time needed to organize disciplinary demarcations and goals, we point to the difficulties of assuming a broader, more abstract perspective on the issue of evaluating and assessing
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Haiyun Xu, Chao Wang, Kun Dong, Rui Luo, Zenghui Yue and Hongshen Pang
is the fierce competition that stems from extreme homogenization, making it difficult to generate a cluster effect and achieve collaboration effectively ( Huang, 2014 ). Therefore, methods that are solely based on technical similarities are not necessarily effective in identifying IURC partners.
The method proposed in this paper is meant to improve the matching process for collaborative partners, and thereby, overcome barriers in the innovation process that prevent collaborations from forming and to encourage innovations to move along the chain. In this study, we
through interest groups within a larger association, several targeted conferences, and focused publications, such as the International Journal of Metadata , Semantics , and Ontologies . Despite strong, historical grounding, metadata research in data science, and the larger digital ecosystem, is restrained by not being considered a true scientific endeavor. More specifically, challenges to metadata research stem, to a large degree, from two intersecting factors: 1) the utilitarian nature of metadata, and 2) historical and traditional perceptions of metadata.
Jon Garner, Alan L. Porter, Andreas Leidolf and Michelle Baker
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results in higher ranking.
Top 20 Phrases According to High Frequency.
cell line (37507)
reactive oxygen species (5160)
gene expression (37001)
central nervous system (4418)
amino acid (35165)
smooth muscle cell (3439)
transcription factor (25626)
protein protein interaction (3286)
cancer cell (25605)
single nucleotide polymorphism (2535)
stem cell (22567)
tumor necrosis factor (2482)
growth factor (17531)
genome wide association (2386
first year the OBRSS was implemented, 85% of academic staff updated their profiles as opposed to 75% over the previous three years.
Using the publication records in CRIS, we can compare the coverage of research outputs per School and College in Scopus and the OBRSS ranked publication list. Although many international university ranking organisations use either Scopus or Web of Science as a data source to evaluate the research performance of an institution, the data source only works well for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics) disciplines where
similarities between a search term and each source in the semantic network.
Usually the angle (cosine similarity) between two search query vectors is calculated as the index of the similarity between these two search queries. Lucchese et al. (2011) first processed the search log, including the removal of empty log records and stop words, as well as stemming and deleting sessions that last too long or include too many queries, which indicates it is likely produced by machines. Then they calculated the word and semantic similarities between queries using two methods to