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The following topics are studied: - Generalized bibliographies (called IPPs: Information Production Processes): sources that produce items (as e.g. in the case of journals 'producing' articles). Proving regularities in production patterns. Explanations of the laws of Bradford, Lotka, Mandelbrot,... - Study of the degree of inequality in production of these sources: measures of concentration and diversity (there is a strong link here with econometrics and biometrics). - Study of concrete library and information problems. - Graph theoretical aspects of networks (internet, intranet, citation networks,...) - Citation analysis and ageing.

The following topics are studied: - Generalized bibliographies (called IPPs: Information Production Processes): sources that produce items (as e.g. in the case of journals 'producing' articles). Proving regularities in production patterns. Explanations of the laws of Bradford, Lotka, Mandelbrot,... - Study of the degree of inequality in production of these sources: measures of concentration and diversity (there is a strong link here with econometrics and biometrics). - Study of concrete library and information problems. - Graph theoretical aspects of networks (internet, intranet, citation networks,...) - Citation analysis and ageing.

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Concentratie en diversiteit in informetrisch onderzoek

Een scientometrische studie van de wetenschappelijke publicaties van het Limburgs Universitair Centrum: periode 1984-1996 = A scientometric study of the scientific publications of LUC (Limburgs Universitair Centrum): period 1984-1996

Een scientometrische studie van de wetenschappelijke publicaties van het Limburgs Universitair Centrum: periode 1981-1993 = A scientometric study of the scientific publications of LUC (Limburgs Universitair Centrum): period 1981-1993

A distribution of papers based on the fractional counting: an empirical study.

A model for measuring the congestion in library shelves

 

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