Resources: papers regarding Community & Information – JASIST Volume 63, Issue 12, Dec 2012

Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology

December 2012

Volume 63, Issue 12 Pages 2351–2558

JASIST research articles that are related to “Community & Information”

Harnessing collective intelligence in social tagging using Delicious (pages 2488–2502) Kwan Yi

Sentiment analysis of twitter audiences: Measuring the positive or negative influence of popular twitterers (pages 2521–2535)

Younggue Bae and Hongchul Lee

The structure of argument patterns on a social Q&A site (pages 2536–2548)

Reijo Savolainen

 

Full List of the Research Articles

Rapid understanding of scientific paper collections: Integrating statistics, text analytics, and visualization (pages 2351–2369)

Cody Dunne, Ben Shneiderman, Robert Gove, Judith Klavans and Bonnie Dorr

 

Science is all in the eye of the beholder: Keyword maps in Google scholar citations (pages 2370–2377)

José Luis Ortega and Isidro F. Aguillo

A new methodology for constructing a publication-level classification system of science (pages 2378–2392)

Ludo Waltman and Nees Jan van Eck

Evaluating the performance of geographical locations within scientific networks using an aggregation—randomization—re-sampling approach (ARR) (pages 2393–2404)

Stefan Hennemann

Constructing a true LCSH tree of a science and engineering collection (pages 2405–2418)

Charles-Antoine Julien, Pierre Tirilly, John E. Leide and Catherine Guastavino

The Leiden ranking 2011/2012: Data collection, indicators, and interpretation (pages 2419–2432)

Ludo Waltman, Clara Calero-Medina, Joost Kosten, Ed C.M. Noyons, Robert J.W. Tijssen, Nees Jan van Eck, Thed N. van Leeuwen, Anthony F.J. van Raan, Martijn S. Visser and Paul Wouters

Referencing patterns of individual researchers: Do top scientists rely on more extensive information sources? (pages 2433–2450)

Rodrigo Costas, Thed N. van Leeuwen and María Bordons

Evaluating implicit judgments from image search clickthrough data (pages 2451–2462)

Gavin Smith, Chris Brien and Helen Ashman

A framework for the theoretical evaluation of XML retrieval (pages 2463–2473)

Tobias Blanke, Mounia Lalmas and Theo Huibers

Mining a multilingual association dictionary from Wikipedia for cross-language information retrieval (pages 2474–2487)

Zheng Ye, Jimmy Xiangji Huang, Ben He and Hongfei Lin

Harnessing collective intelligence in social tagging using Delicious (pages 2488–2502)

Kwan Yi

Factors affecting the adoption of online library resources by business students (pages 2503–2520)

Lorne D. Booker, Brian Detlor and Alexander Serenko

Sentiment analysis of twitter audiences: Measuring the positive or negative influence of popular twitterers (pages 2521–2535)

Younggue Bae and Hongchul Lee

The structure of argument patterns on a social Q&A site (pages 2536–2548)

Reijo Savolainen

BRIEF COMMUNICATION

A classification framework for web robots (pages 2549–2554)

Derek Doran and Swapna S. Gokhale

BOOK REVIEWS

Search User Interfaces. Marti A. Hearst. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2009. 404 pp. $55.00. (ISBN 978-0-521-11379-3).  Interactive Information Seeking, Behaviour and Retrieval. Ian Ruthven and Diane Kelly (Eds.). London: Facet Publishing, 2011. 296 pp. $89.95. (ISBN 978-1-85604-707-4) (pages 2555–2556)

Miles Efron

Looking for Information: A Survey of Research on Information Seeking, Needs, and Behavior (3rd ed.) edited by Donald O. Case. Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2012. 491 pp. $84.00. (ISBN: 978-78052-654-6).  New Directions in Information Behaviour edited by Amanda Spink and Jannica Heinström, eds. Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2011. 320 pp. $125.00. (ISBN: 978-1-78052-170-1) (pages 2557–2558)

Heidi Julien