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Authors : Abebe Rorissa , Xiaojun Yuan Presenter : Tsai Tzung Ruei. Visualizing and mapping the intellectual structure of information retrieval. IPM 2012. Outline. Motivation Objective Methodology Experiments Conclusion Comment. Motivation. I nformation R etrieval.

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outline
Outline
  • Motivation
  • Objective
  • Methodology
  • Experiments
  • Conclusion
  • Comment
motivation
Motivation

Information Retrieval

Library and Information Science

objective
Objective

It is through references to sources that authors make connections between concepts (Small, 1981).

methodology
Methodology

Visualizing Patterns

Title

CiteSpace

SCI–ExpandedSSCI

A&HCI

CPCI–S

CPCI–SSH

IC

CCR–Expanded

Scientific Literature

CiteSpace

Centrality

Topic

experiments
Experiments

4CS

The more activelyan author collaborates, the moreproductiveshe or he is.

5

IS

experiments3
Experiments

Across institutions and countries

conclusion
Conclusion
  • Although some of the highly productive authors had a larger co-authorship network and are at the center of co-authorship clusters, a number of single-author publications were heavily cited.
  • Top five disciplines that contribute to information retrieval are computer science, library and information science, engineering, telecommunications, and management.
comment
Comment
  • Advantages
  • References are very rich.
  • Applications
  • Information retrieval