The statistical evaluation of books, research papers, or other publications is known as bibliometrics. Analyses are used to monitor the output and influence of writers and researchers. Used to determine journal impact factors as well. It is also possible to view bibliometrics data to comprehend publishing linkages.
Bibliometric information can be used to compute additional impact measurements. Article/Book Citation Impact: The quantity of times a specific work—such as a book, journal article, or conference proceedings—is cited by other works is a good indicator of its academic impact. Impact of Journal Citations: The quantity and location of an academic journal’s citations in publications serve as a proxy for the journal’s influence. Impact of Researcher Citations: An individual researcher’s academic impact can be determined by counting the publications they have made and the number of times these publications have been cited.
The critical review seeks to identify the research themes and the associated issues based on scientometric results, while the scientometric analysis is used to map the scientific knowledge field objectively. The citations provided at the conclusion of the Annual Seminar Proceedings, which the researcher used to prepare the articles, are the basis for this book. The current investigation is predicated on 1830 citations that are included in the 13 Annual Proceedings on DRTC Seminars (written exclusively in English). A ten-year period, from 1993 to 2002, was taken into consideration.
Citation analysis of seminar proceedings will assist librarians in finding essential journals, subscribing to helpful journals, and managing the entire library while upholding standards. Selecting a publication that provides up-to-date information on a connected issue assists research researchers as well.