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Informetrics on Social Network Mining: Research, Policy and Practice Challenges


Special issue call for papers from Library Hi Tech

Data Science or data driven science has recently attracted considerable attention. With advances in information technology and infrastructure, large amounts of data can be instantly analysed, interpreted, and visualized by scientists. One of the popular emerged techniques in Data Science is social network mining and anticipatory computing. Informetrics is the study of quantitative aspects of scientific research, library and information science using methods from other fields, such as computer science, network science, social sciences, mathematical sciences, medical and biological sciences, financial, management and political sciences. The main focus is usually on bibliometrics, webometrics and altmetrics. These days many social networks (e.g. Academic Social Networks (ASNs)) have emerged for professional interactions between academic scholars. Specifically, Informetrics on Social Network Mining is focused on using data mining techniques for dealing with informetrics tasks in ASNs. The impact of research work is related to a scholar's reputation and future promotions. Greater research impact not only inspires scholars to continue their research, but also increases the possibility of a larger research budget from sponsors.


We encourage submission of papers especially that are utilizing datasets of Academic Social Networks, such as, researchgate.net, mendeley.com, academia.edu and linkedin.com, but not limited to it. Bibliometric datasets, such as, scopus.com, dblp, google scholar, miner.org or similar sources can also be used to perform or access various types of research data in academic domain.

Topics

Informetrics

  • Anomaly Detection / Group Anomaly Detection
  • Author Contribution Ranking and Patterns Mining
  • Citations Prediction / Reference Prediction
  • Community and Sub-Community Detection
  • Dynamic Author Name Disambiguation
  • Expert Finding / Expert Ranking / Expert Indexing / Expert Prediction
  • Finding Emerging Research Streams or Topics / Tracing Research Topics
  • Finding Author Collaboration Patterns
  • Finding Influential Authors
  • Reciprocal and Heterogeneous Link Prediction Techniques
  • Classification and Prediction
  • Clustering and Spatial Analysis
  • Neural Networks and Deep Learning
  • Ontology-based Meta-Analysis
  • Semantic Mining
  • Sequential Patterns Mining or Association Discovery
  • Social Network Analysis and Mining

Important Dates:

Submission due: 31 January, 2019
Notification of final acceptance: 31 April, 2019
Final papers: 30 June, 2019

Submission
Submissions to the special issue will be screened by the Special Issue Editors to insure that they conform to the quality standards of Library Hi Tech Journal. Papers that do not pass this initial screening will be immediately returned to the authors. Reviewers will apply those standards in forming recommendations for acceptance, revision, or rejection. A maximum of two revisions will be invited. Papers should be formatted with Library Hi Tech Journal style (http://emeraldgrouppublishing.com/products/journals/author_guidelines.htm?id=lht).

The submission deadline is December 31, 2018. The prospective contributors should submit their papers directly to the online submission system (http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/lht). In addition, Authors please choose the Special Issue (Informetrics on Social Network Mining: Research, Policy and Practice challenges) in the online submission.

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Guest Editors
Mu-Yen Chen, Ph.D
Department of Information Management
National Taichung University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
E-mail: mychen@nutc.edu.tw

Chien-Hsiang Liao, Ph.D
Department of Information Management
Fu Jen Catholic University, Taiwan
E-mail: 052122@mail.fju.edu.tw

Edwin David Lughofer, Ph.D
Department of Knowledge-Based Mathematical Systems
Johannes Kepler University Linz, Linz, Austria
E-mail: edwin.lughofer@jku.at

Erol Egrioglu, Ph.D
Department of Statistics
Giresun University, Turkey
E-mail: erole1977@yahoo.com