Seminal Nanotechnology Literature: A Review
Abstract:This paper uses complementary text mining techniques to identify and retrieve the high impact (seminal) nanotechnology literature over a span of time. Following a brief scientometric analysis of the seminal articles retrieved, these seminal articles are then used as a basis for a comprehensive literature survey of nanoscience and nanotechnology. The paper ends with a global analysis of the relation of seminal nanotechnology document production to total nanotechnology document production.
Keywords: AFM; BIBLIOMETRICS; CALORIMETRY; CITATION ANALYSIS; COMPUTATIONAL LINGUISTICS; CORRELATION MAP; DOCUMENT CLUSTERING; FACTOR MATRIX; INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY; INSTRUMENT; INSTRUMENTATION; MICROSCOPY; NANOCOMPOSITE; NANOCRYSTAL; NANOMATERIAL; NANOPARTICLE; NANOSCIENCE; NANOSTRUCTURE; NANOTECHNOLOGY; NANOTUBE; NANOWIRE; RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY; SEM; SPECTROSCOPY; STM; TEM; TEXT MINING; X-RAY DIFFRACTION; XRD
Document Type: Review Article
Publication date: November 1, 2009
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