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2017 | 3 (368) Tom II | 301-312
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Analiza bibliometryczna koncepcji inteligentnego miasta w światowym piśmiennictwie naukowym

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EN
Bibliometric Analysis of the Concept of the Smart City in International Scientific Literature
RU
Библиометрический анализ концепций интеллигентного города в мировой научной литературе
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Celem artykułu jest zidentyfikowanie tendencji i podobszarów w zakresie koncepcji inteligentnego miasta na postawie danych bibliometrycznych światowej literatury opublikowanej w ostatnich latach w bazie Web of Science, Elsevier oraz Scopus. W badaniu zostały wykorzystane podstawowe techniki metody bibliometrycznej przy wsparciu oprogramowania VOSviewer. Przeprowadzona analiza pozwoliła: (I) na podstawie bardzo licznej literatury światowej ocenić w aspekcie chronologicznym rozwój badań nad koncepcją inteligentnego miasta oraz (II) dokonać identyfikacji najistotniejszych publikacji i czasopism, mających kluczowe znaczenie dla tego obszaru badań, na podstawie h-index i IF.
EN
This article aims to identify the trends and dynamics of changes in the field of smart city on the basis of bibliometric data of international literature published in the Web of Science, Scopus and Elsevier databases in recent years. The study made use of basic techniques of the bibliometric method with the support of the VOSviewer software. On the basis of a huge number of literary works, the analysis allowed for assessment, in terms of chronological development, of research concerned with the smart city and identification of main publications and journals being of crucial significance to this area of research.
RU
Цель статьи – выявить тенденции и сферы в области концепции интеллигентного города на основе библиометрических данных мировой литературы, опубликованной в последние годы в базе Web of Science, Elsevier и Scopus. В изучении использовали основные техники библиометрического метода при поддержке программного обеспечения VOSviewer. Проведенный анализ позволил: (1) на основе весьма богатой мировой литературы оценить в хронологическом аспекте развитие исследований концепции интеллигентного города и (2) выявить самые существенные публикации и журналы, имеющие основное значение для этой области изучения, на основе h-index и IF.
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