INSPEC database analysis for Knowledge Management records

Prakasan, E. R. and Anil Sagar, * and Anil Kumar, * and Kalyane, V. L. and Vijai Kumar, * INSPEC database analysis for Knowledge Management records., 2006 [Preprint]


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The study deals with the Knowledge Management papers covered in the INSPEC, an international database on Information Science, Physical Sciences, Engineering and Computer Sciences. The papers have been analysed in terms of their content and other scientometric parameters.

Item type: Preprint
Keywords: Knowledge Management; INSPEC; Scientometric Analyses; Content Analysis; Keyword Analysis; Language of Publications; Type of Documents; Review Articles; Growth of Literature; Cited References; Prominent Authors
Subjects: I. Information treatment for information services > IB. Content analysis (A and I, class.)
I. Information treatment for information services > ID. Knowledge representation.
B. Information use and sociology of information > BG. Information dissemination and diffusion.
Depositing user: V. L. Kalyane
Date deposited: 07 Jul 2006
Last modified: 02 Oct 2014 12:02


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