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Using "Cited by" Information to Find the Context of Research Papers

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Using "Cited by" Information to Find the Context of Research Papers
This paper proposes a novel method of analyzing data to find important information about the context of research papers. The proposed CCTVA (Collecting, Cleaning, Translating, Visualizing, and Analyzing) method helps researchers find the context of papers on topics of interest. Specifically, the method provides visualization information that maps a research topic's evolution and links to other papers based on the results of Google Scholar and CiteSeer. CCTVA provides two types of information: one type shows the paper's title and the author, while the other shows the paper's title and the reference. The goal of CCTVA is enable both novices and experts to gain insight into how a field's topics evolve over time. In addition, by using linkage analysis and visualization, we identify five special phenomena that can help researchers conduct literature reviews.
Chun-Hung Lu, Chih-Chien Wang, Min-Yuh Day, Chorng
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Type Journal
Year 2008
Where ISI
Authors Chun-Hung Lu, Chih-Chien Wang, Min-Yuh Day, Chorng-Shyong Ong, Wen-Lian Hsu
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