Asian Journal of Information Science and Technology (2011-2017): A Bibliometric StudyAuthor : B. Vimala
Volume 8 No.3 October-December 2018 pp 50-52
This paper analyses publication pattern in the journal titled “Asian Journal of Information Science and Technology for the period between 2011to 2017. The analyses cover mainly the number of articles, authorship pattern, year wise distribution of journals etc. The result showed that out of 151 articles single author contributed 34 (22.5 %) articles 117 (77.5 %) articles were contributed by joint authors.
Bibliometrics, Authorship Pattern, Asian journal of Information Science and Technology and AJIST
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