JASISTJournal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology
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The corpus consisted of a total of 15,683 words, relatively evenly distributed across the two subcorpora (8,034 words for the AL subcorpus and 7,649 for the JASIST one).
In a histogram of citations from papers in the Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology (JASIST & predecessor names), done by Eugene Garfield from the Web of Science for years 1956-2004 and involving 3,575 authors, Tefko Saracevic ranked first in citations to his work both in articles in the Journal (Total Local Citation Score), as well in articles globally from that Journal (Total Global Citation Score).
The research of Bauer and Bakkalbasi (30) on examination of JASIST paper citations shows that the citations of articles on Google scholar are much more than Scopus and Web of Science.
It was noted that during his leadership, ASIS&T moved from a deficit budget to a sizable surplus, the contract with Wiley-Blackwell for publishing the Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (JASIST) was favorably renegotiated twice, and JASIST went from six to 12 issues per year.
Scopus and Google Scholar," JASIST 58(13): 2105-2125; eprints.rclis.org/8876/1/meho-yang-03.pdf).
Para esta primera fase se hizo un rastreo documental considerando textos fundantes en procedimientos metodologicos dentro de la Cienciometria: en ese caso se buscaron diferentes articulos resultados de investigacion cienciometrica y en sus citas se buscaron las fuentes comunes mas relevantes (algunas fuentes de rastreo: Scientometrics, JASIST, El Profesional de la Informacion, manuales metodologicos y teoricos de la Cienciometria).
His research on computational social science, information ethics, and the role of human values in the design and use of information technology has been funded by NSF and IARPA, and has been published in journals such as JASIST, Communications of the ACM, and Computer.