The results of a study based Lotka’s law are presented that show the quantitative distribution of publications among groups of authors affiliated to one scientific organization. The relationship between publications and authors of articles is analyzed by building discrete mathematical structures known as graphs on the basis of multilevel citation data. This analysis makes it possible to determine the importance of an article and track its relationships and impact on adjacent areas of scientific research. The analysis is conducted by statistical processing of scientometric information. The practical results show the high convergence of empirical and analytical data. The relationships between research teams and lines of research are established.
Automatic Documentation and Mathematical Linguistics – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 1, 2017