Research Professional Activity      Network Analysis          Presented By      Priyabrata Satapathy        SIC No: MCS12121
Plan of My work     Collect Information about researchers        Researcher Affiliation        Journal Details        ...
Outline     Introduction     Our work     Citation     h-index     g-index     Longevity     Future Work     Refer...
Introduction     Many research professional are involved in activities like Publish a Journal      paper, Conference pape...
Our Work     So here we analyze research professional activity as mining.     For analyzing research professional activi...
Citation     A citation can represent many types of links, such as links between authors,       publication, journals and...
Citation example(I)              P1               P2                      P3                                        W     ...
Citation example(II)    Author   Paper   Paper cited by   Paper citation value   Author citation value             A      ...
h-index     Invented by Jorge Hirsh at university of California in 2005.     A popular method to measure the centrality ...
h-index example     Author   Paper   Paper Citation   Paper citation value   Rank   h-index of author                     ...
g-index      The g-index is introduced as an improvement of the h-index of Hirsh to        measure the global citation pe...
g-index example(I)     Author   Paper   TC   r   ∑TC   r2   h-index      g-index               A      2    1    2    1    ...
g-index example(II)      TC stands for the total number of citations for each paper on rank r = 1,2,... .        ∑TC sta...
Longevity      Longevity reflects the length of one author’s academic life. We consider the       year when one author pu...
Future Work      After designing a graph , we will implement mathematical equation or graph       algorithm to find the m...
Future Literature Survey     Titles                          Name of Journal/Conferences         Publication              ...
References      Bing Liu “Web Data Mining ” Springer International Edition.      Articles “Evaluating Scientists: Citati...
Thank You18               Anand Bihari
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  1. 1. Research Professional Activity Network Analysis Presented By Priyabrata Satapathy SIC No: MCS12121
  2. 2. Plan of My work  Collect Information about researchers  Researcher Affiliation  Journal Details  Conference Details  Books Details (Authors and Editors)  Constructing a graph according to their activity.  Defining Problem .  Proposing/ Designing a new technique .  Simulation and Performance Analysis of proposed technique.2 Anand Bihari
  3. 3. Outline  Introduction  Our work  Citation  h-index  g-index  Longevity  Future Work  References3 Anand Bihari
  4. 4. Introduction  Many research professional are involved in activities like Publish a Journal paper, Conference paper, Books, Articles etc.  Two or more than two persons works together .  Our objective  Find the relationship between professionals.  How many professional are working in the same area.  Which person are more active in a particular area.  Which person are suitable for guidance in particular area.4 Anand Bihari
  5. 5. Our Work  So here we analyze research professional activity as mining.  For analyzing research professional activity, we required three types of Information like  Research Professional Data(Personal information)  Activity  Relationship between Research professional and their activity  We extract data from IEEE, Springer, Science Direct, ACM digital library etc.5 Anand Bihari
  6. 6. Citation  A citation can represent many types of links, such as links between authors, publication, journals and conferences.  When researchers refers to another author’s works in their own publication work, they cite it.  A citation index is a compilation of all the cited references form articles published during a particular year or period.  A citation index allows to determine the researcher impact of publication according to the number of times it has been cited by other researcher.  Self citation are not included in such citation count.6 Anand Bihari
  7. 7. Citation example(I) P1 P2 P3 W M C X N P Z A O Y B D7 Anand Bihari
  8. 8. Citation example(II) Author Paper Paper cited by Paper citation value Author citation value A N,Z 2 B M,W 2 P1 6 C 0 D P,Z 2 A N,Z 2 M D 1 P2 N 0 5 O D,W 2 P 0 W M,N,A,C,P 5 X N 1 P3 6 Y 08 Z 0 Anand Bihari
  9. 9. h-index  Invented by Jorge Hirsh at university of California in 2005.  A popular method to measure the centrality of academic papers.  h-index =number of your papers h that have been cited at least h times.  The use of h-index aims at identifying researchers with more papers and relevant impact over a period of time.  For any general “set of papers” one can arrange these papers in decreasing order of the number of citations they received.  The h-index is then the largest rank h = r such that the paper on this rank (and hence also all papers on rank 1,…,h) has h or more citations.  Hence the papers on ranks h + 1, h + 2, … have not more than h citations.9 Anand Bihari
  10. 10. h-index example Author Paper Paper Citation Paper citation value Rank h-index of author Value in desc. Order A 2 2 1 B 2 2 2 P1 2 C 0 2 3 D 2 0 4 A 2 2 1 M 1 2 2 P2 N 0 1 3 2 O 2 0 4 P 0 0 5 W 5 5 1 X 1 1 2 P3 1 Y 0 0 310 Z 0 0 4 Anand Bihari
  11. 11. g-index  The g-index is introduced as an improvement of the h-index of Hirsh to measure the global citation performance of a set of articles.  This set is ranked in decreasing order of the number of citations that they received, the g-index is the (unique) largest number such that the top g articles received (together) at least g2 citations.  The g-index of an author is greater or equal to h-index(g>=h).11 Anand Bihari
  12. 12. g-index example(I) Author Paper TC r ∑TC r2 h-index g-index A 2 1 2 1 B 2 2 4 4 P1 2 2 C 2 3 6 9 D 0 4 6 16 A 2 1 2 1 M 2 2 4 4 P2 N 1 3 5 9 2 2 O 0 4 5 16 P 0 5 5 25 W 5 1 5 1 X 1 2 6 4 P3 1 2 Y 0 3 6 912 Z 0 4 6 16 Anand Bihari
  13. 13. g-index example(II)  TC stands for the total number of citations for each paper on rank r = 1,2,... .  ∑TC stands for the cumulative number of citations to the papers on rank 1,...,r (for each r).  The h-index of author P1 is h = 2 and the g-index g = 2 Indeed h = 2 is the highest rank such that all papers on rank 1,...,h have at least 2 citations (and hence the papers on rank 3 or higher have not more than 2 citations). Also g = 2 is the highest rank such that the top 2 papers have at least 22 = 4 citations (here 4>= 4); on rank 3 we have 6 < 32 = 9 citations.13 Anand Bihari
  14. 14. Longevity  Longevity reflects the length of one author’s academic life. We consider the year when one author publish his/her first paper as the beginning year of his/her academic life and the last paper as the end year. Then longevity can be defined as longevity(A)=YA(A’s last paper) – YA(A’s first paper) Example: let author A published first paper in 1997 and the last paper in 2011. Therefore, longevity of Author A = 2011 – 1997 = 1414 Anand Bihari
  15. 15. Future Work  After designing a graph , we will implement mathematical equation or graph algorithm to find the meaningful value of a node.  Research person are taken as vertices.  Edge between them having some weight like activity between them.  Find more influence(Active) person in such area.  Find more influence person in the network.  For this we will collect data from a website known as www.arnetminer.org .  Learn Diversity, Sociability, Activity of researcher in social network.15 Anand Bihari
  16. 16. Future Literature Survey Titles Name of Journal/Conferences Publication Year Link creation and profile IEEE International Conference on 2010 alignment in the aNobii Social Computing / IEEE social network International Conference on Privacy, Security, Risk and Trust Design and implementation of a International Conference on 2011 web structure Mining algorithm internet technology and secured using breadth first search transactions Strategy for academic search application16 Anand Bihari
  17. 17. References  Bing Liu “Web Data Mining ” Springer International Edition.  Articles “Evaluating Scientists: Citations, Impact Factor, h-Index, Online Page Hits and What Else?” written by M Jagadesh Kumar Editor-in-Chief, IETE Technical Review, Department of Electrical Engineering, IIT, Hauz Khas, New Delhi-110 016, India  Springers articles “Theory and practise of the g-index” published by-LEO EGGHE, Universiteit Hasselt (UHasselt), Campus Diepenbeek (Belgium) , Vol. 69, No. 1 (2006) 131–152.  Website : www.arnetminer.org, Wikipedia.17 Anand Bihari
  18. 18. Thank You18 Anand Bihari
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