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Authors: Kalyane, V L
Sen, B K
Issue Date: Jun-2003
Publisher: CSIR
Abstract: Researches on 'eminent individual scientist' as a unit of information generation has opened up diversified vistas in understanding the process of R&D innovation communications. Quantitative documentation on Tibor Braun encompasses his papers (single-authored 40; and multi-authored 140) during 1954-1995. Productivity coefficient is 0.78. Tibor Braun had 80 collaborators of which Schubetf, Glanzel, Zsindely and Farag were the most active. Author productivity in the research group of Tibor Braun follows the trend of Lotka's Law. He had used 49 channels of communication to disseminate the results of his research of which Scientometrics (33 papers) tops the list followed by Anal Chim Acta (21 papers). The publication concentration is 10.2 and publication density 3.7. His core areas of work among others related to: foam,analytical chemistry, citation analysis, bibliographic indicators, cold fusion, research impact, chromatography, etc
Page(s): 47-61
ISSN: 0972-5423
Appears in Collections:ALIS Vol.50(2) [June 2003]

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