Indian Journal of Information Sources and Services (IJISS)
Scientometrics Analysis of Contributions to Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research During 2010-2016Author : Vimlesh Patel
Volume 8 No.1 January-June 2018 pp 58-63
The paper presents a Scientometric analysis of papers published in Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research, during 2010 to 2016 as reflected in Web of Science database. It attempts to analyze the growth and development of publications output of Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research as reflected. Data for a total of 402 have been downloaded and analyzed according to objectives. The study reveals that the year wise growth of literature in terms of total papers, most preferred authorship pattern was two authors, highly prolific authors and their publications revel that Jennings NR, published highest numbers of papers, the geographical distribution contributions (International) is revel that USA is in the top with no. of publications is 138 (34.33%), followed by England 56 (13.93%) as a second position and Germany with no. of publication is 42 (10.45%) in third position and institution-wise distribution of papers shows that highest contributed institutions was University of Oxford with 17 Publications (04.23%) is placed at 1st rank.
Research output, Scientometrics analysis, publication output of Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research
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