bibliographic coupling


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bibliographic coupling

The citing by 2 papers/written reports of one or more of the same articles. The more articles cited in common, the stronger the subject relationship of one to another.
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In contrast to bibliographic coupling which is measured by the number of shared references, the more shared references they have, the stronger their connection (Eom, 2009).
In Zhao and Strotmann (2008a) study, they obtained data from Web of Science database to conduct an earlier study on an author co-citation analysis which covers Information Science field during 1996-2005 (Zhao and Strotmann, 2008b) and later author bibliographic coupling using earlier data set of author co-citation analysis.
Jarneving (2007) applied bibliographic coupling techniques in collaboration with link cluster method for mapping the field of organic chemistry to generate cognitive core document called bibliographic clique in the field.
Core research areas on addiction in Spain through the Web of Science bibliographic coupling analysis (2000-2013)
Tambien referido como apareo bibliografico o acoplamento bibliografico (en ingles bibliographic coupling), se trata de una metodologia de analisis de la literatura cientifica para medir las asociaciones existentes entre los documentos propuesta por Michael M.
Co-citation analysis, bibliographic coupling, and direct citation: which citation approach represents the research front most accurately?
Typical link-based measures include Cocitation [12], Bibliographic coupling [13], Amsler [14], SimRank [15], rvs-SimRank [6], and P-Rank [6].
Existing link-based similarity measures include Cocitation, Bibliographic coupling, Amsler, SimRank, rvs-SimRank, and P-Rank.
Bibliographic coupling computes the similarity between two objects based on the number of objects which are commonly pointed by the two [13].
Such relations are established by the thematic linkage that can be measured and described not only with the help of bibliographic coupling and coword and cocitation analysis, but also through the coauthorship or copublication relationship.
In a recent paper, Glanzel & Czerwon (1996) have pointed to classical information retrieval as one possible field of application of bibliographic coupling techniques.
This allows citation links to be used to establish frequency patterns of co-citation or bibliographic coupling, and thus they are more objective in studying the unity of science from a global perspective.
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