2001 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Statistics, Operations research, Citation analysis, Citation and Discrete mathematics are his primary areas of study. Statistics connects with themes related to Robustness in his study. His Operations research research incorporates themes from Impact factor, Econometrics, Data science and Set.
His Citation analysis research incorporates elements of Group, Bibliometrics, Scientometrics, Informetrics and Bibliographic coupling. The Citation study combines topics in areas such as Term, Simple, Information retrieval, Social science and Sample. His research in Discrete mathematics focuses on subjects like g-index, which are connected to Calculus.
Ronald Rousseau spends much of his time researching Informetrics, Statistics, Citation, Operations research and Citation analysis. His research ties Applied mathematics and Informetrics together. His Statistics study frequently involves adjacent topics like Index.
His Operations research research includes elements of Impact factor and Econometrics. Ronald Rousseau regularly ties together related areas like Information retrieval in his Citation analysis studies.
Ronald Rousseau mainly focuses on Project management, Citation, Information technology, Information retrieval and Lorenz curve. His Project management research includes themes of Independence, g-index, Mathematical economics and Originality. Citation analysis is the focus of his Citation research.
His study in Information technology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Engineering ethics, Function, Engineering management and Measure. His studies in Information retrieval integrate themes in fields like Fractional counting and Harmonic mean. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Relation, Informetrics is strongly linked to Context.
Ronald Rousseau mostly deals with Relation, Publishing, Publication, Index and Bibliometrics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Function, Mathematical analysis, Domain and Interpretation in addition to Relation. His Publishing research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Popularity, International community, Bioinformatics and Sample.
His study in Publication is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Comparability, Fractional counting and Econometrics. His work carried out in the field of Index brings together such families of science as Diversity index, Monotone polygon, Herfindahl index, Measure and Transformation. His Bibliometrics study combines topics in areas such as Ranking, Performance indicator, Data collection and Web of science.
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Social network analysis: a powerful strategy, also for the information sciences:
Evelien Otte;Ronald Rousseau.
Journal of Information Science (2002)
Introduction to Informetrics: Quantitative Methods in Library, Documentation and Information Science
Leo Egghe;Ronald Rousseau.
Requirements for a cocitation similarity measure, with special reference to Pearson's correlation coefficient
Per Ahlgren;Bo Jarneving;Ronald Rousseau.
Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (2003)
The R- and AR-indices: Complementing the h-index
Jin BiHui;Liang LiMing;Ronald Rousseau;Leo Egghe.
Chinese Science Bulletin (2007)
Sitations: an exploratory study
Cybermetrics: International Journal of Scientometrics, Informetrics and Bibliometrics (1997)
An informetric model for the Hirsch-index
Leo Egghe;Ronald Rousseau.
Similarity measures in scientometric research: the Jaccard index versus Salton's cosine formula
L. Hamers;Y. Hemeryck;G. Herweyers;M. Janssen.
Information Processing and Management (1989)
Methods for accrediting publications to authors or countries: consequences for evaluation studies
Leo Egghe;Ronald Rousseau;Guido Van Hooydonk.
Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (2000)
New developments related to the Hirsch index
Science Focus (2006)
Daily time series of common single word searches in AltaVista and NorthernLight
Cybermetrics: International Journal of Scientometrics, Informetrics and Bibliometrics (1998)
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