The five essays on global science and technology S&T assessment from distinguished experts in knowledge mapping, scientometrics, information visualization, digital libraries, and multilingual knowledge management has been discussed. The first essay, 'China S&T Assessment' proposes three fundamental S&T assessment metrics and shows the Chinese emphasis on the physical and engineering sciences and its significant research productivity gains. The another essay, 'Open Data and Open Code for S&T Assessment', introduces science maps to help humans mentally organize, access, and manage complex digital library collections. The essay, 'Global S&T Assessment by Analysis of Large ETD Collections introduce the highly successful Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations (NDLTD) project. The final essay, 'Managing Multilingual S&T Knowledge' describes a research framework for cross-lingual and polylingual text categorization and category integration.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Computer Networks and Communications
- Artificial Intelligence