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  • Team size matters : collaboration and scientific impact since 1900 

    Larivière, Vincent; Gingras, Yves; Sugimoto, Cassidy R.; Tsou, Andrew (Association for information science and technology, 2014-11-06)
    This paper provides the first historical analysis of the relationship between collaboration and scientific impact, using three indicators of collaboration (number of authors, number of addresses, and number of countries) and including articles published ...
  • Ten-year analysis of University of Minho Green OA self-archiving mandate 

    Gargouri, Yassine; Harnad, Stevan; Larivière, Vincent (2013)
    University of Minho adopted the first university-wide Green Open Access Man-date in Europe in 2004, requiring all research output to be self-archived in the institution’s repository. The mandate was upgraded in 2011 to designate the repository ...
  • Text Summarization by Sentence Extraction and Syntactic Pruning 

    Gagnon, Michel; Da Sylva, Lyne (2005-08)
    Nous présentons une méthode hybride pour le résumé de texte, en combinant l'extraction de phrases et l'élagage syntaxique des phrases extraites. L'élagage syntaxique est effectué sur la base d’une analyse complète des phrases selon un parseur de ...
  • A theoretical foundation for the ethical distribution of authorship in multidisciplinary publications 

    Smith, Elise (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2017)
    In academia, authorship on publications confers merit as well as responsibility. The respective disciplines adhere to their “typical” authorship practices: individuals may be named in alphabetical order (e.g., in economics, mathematics), ranked in ...
  • Les traitements documentaires automatiques et le passage du temps 

    Da Sylva, Lyne (2004)
    Dans cet article, nous examinons le sort des documents qui ne sont pas destinés à vivre longtemps et qui ne méritent ainsi aucun traitement documentaire traditionnel. Nous défendrons la thèse que les traitements automatiques, bien que produisant des ...
  • Les trois dimensions de l’économie du document 

    Salaün, Jean-Michel (2011-10)
    Le travail collectif de Pédauque a mis en évidence les trois dimensions du document : la forme, le texte ou contenu et la relation (« Vu », « Lu » et « Su »), cet article montre comment ces approches se déclinent dans un raisonnement économique et ...
  • Tweeting biomedicine : an analysis of tweets and citations in the biomedical literature 

    Haustein, Stefanie; Peters, Isabella; Sugimoto, Cassidy R.; Thelwall, Mike; Larivière, Vincent (Association for information science and technology, 2013-11-26)
    Data collected by social media platforms have been introduced as new sources for indicators to help measure the impact of scholarly research in ways that are complementary to traditional citation analysis. Data generated from social media activities ...
  • Tweets as impact indicators : examining the implications of automated “bot” accounts on Twitter 

    Haustein, Stefanie; Bowman, Timothy D.; Holmberg, Kim; Tsou, Andrew; Sugimoto, Cassidy R.; Larivière, Vincent (2015-05-05)
    This brief communication presents preliminary findings on automated Twitter accounts distributing links to scientific articles deposited on the preprint repository arXiv. It discusses the implication of the presence of such bots from the perspective ...
  • Tweets vs. Mendeley readers : how do these two social media metrics differ? 

    Haustein, Stefanie; Larivière, Vincent; Thelwall, Mike; Amyot, Didier; Peters, Isabella (Oldenbourg Verlag, 2014)
    A set of 1.4 million biomedical papers was analyzed with regards to how often articles are mentioned on Twitter or saved by users on Mendeley. While Twitter is a microblogging platform used by a general audience to distribute information, Mendeley ...
  • The use of bibliometrics for assessing research : possibilities, limitations and adverse effects 

    Haustein, Stefanie; Larivière, Vincent (2015)
    Researchers are used to being evaluated: publications, hiring, tenure and funding decisions are all based on the evaluation of research. Traditionally, this evaluation relied on judgement of peers but, in the light of limited resources ...
  • Using Ancillary Text to Index Web-based Multimedia Objects 

    Da Sylva, Lyne; Turner, James M. (2006-06)
    PériCulture est le nom d'un projet de recherche à l'Université de Montréal qui fait partie d'un projet plus vaste basé à l'Université de Sherbrooke. Ce dernier visait à former un réseau de recherche pour la gestion du contenu culturel numérique canadien. ...
  • The utilitarian and hedonic outcomes of music information seeking in everyday life 

    Laplante, Audrey; Downie, J. Stephen (Elsevier, 2011)
    This qualitative study focuses on what contributes to making a music information-seeking experience satisfying in the context of everyday life. Data were collected through in-depth interviews conducted with 15 younger adults (18 to 29 years old). The ...
  • Vanishing industries and the rising monopoly of universities in published research 

    Larivière, Vincent; Macaluso, Benoit; Mongeon, Philippe; Siler, Kyle; Sugimoto, Cassidy R. (Public library of science, 2018-08-14)
    Anecdotes abound regarding the decline of basic research in industrial and governmental settings, but very little empirical evidence exists about the phenomenon. This article provides a systematic and historical analysis of the contribution of various ...
  • The weakening relationship between the impact factor and papers' citations in the digital age 

    Lozano, George A.; Larivière, Vincent; Gingras, Yves (Wiley, 2012-10-08)
    Historically, papers have been physically bound to the journal in which they were published but in the electronic age papers are available individually, no longer tied to their respective journals. Hence, papers now can be read and cited based on ...
  • Web 2.0, organisations et archivistique 

    Dufour, Christine (2009)
    Le Web se caractérise de bien des façons, un de ses traits dominants étant son caractère hautement évolutif. Bien que relativement jeune, il en est déjà à sa deuxième génération – on parle du Web 2.0 – et certains entrevoient déjà le Web 3.0. Cette ...
  • Web et théorie du document: utopie des ingénieurs et appétit des entrepreneurs 

    Salaün, Jean-Michel (ADBS-Édition, 2010-11-15)
    Cet article illustre la pertinence d’une théorie du document le représentant en trois dimensions complémentaires : forme, texte, médium. Deux exemples sont proposés : l’évolution de la conception du web par son inventeur Tim Berners-Lee qui passe ...
  • Web, texte, conversation et redocumentarisation 

    Salaün, Jean-Michel (Presses universitaires de Lyon, 2008-03)
    Les moteurs de recherche utilisent principalement des outils linguistiques et statistiques et considèrent implicitement la toile comme le vaste texte d’une conversation mondiale et ininterrompue. Le Web remet en cause l’ordre documentaire comme un ...
  • Which scientific elites? : on the concentration of research funds, publications and citations 

    Larivière, Vincent; Macaluso, Benoit; Archambault, Éric; Gingras, Yves (Oxford University Press, 2010-03-01)
    Using the population of all university professors (N=13,479) in the province of Quebec (Canada), this paper analyses the concentration of funding, papers and citations at the level of individual researchers. It shows that each of these distributions ...
  • Who influence the music tastes of adolescents? A study on interpersonal influence in social networks 

    Laplante, Audrey (ACM, 2012)
    Research on music information behavior demonstrates that people rely primarily on others to discover new music. This paper reports on a qualitative study aiming at exploring more in-depth how music information circulates within the social networks of ...
  • Words by the tail : assessing lexical diversity in scholarly titles using frequency-rank distribution tail fits 

    Bérubé, Nicolas; Sainte-Marie, Maxime; Mongeon, Philippe; Larivière, Vincent (Public library of science, 2018-07-09)
    This research assesses the evolution of lexical diversity in scholarly titles using a new indicator based on zipfian frequency-rank distribution tail fits. At the operational level, while both head and tail fits of zipfian word distributions are more ...