Citation network analysis of organic LEDs

Citation network analysis of organic LEDs,10.1016/j.techfore.2009.04.004,Technological Forecasting and Social Change,Yuya Kajikawa,Yoshiyuki Takeda

Citation network analysis of organic LEDs   (Citations: 7)
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The field of organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) is an emergent research domain because of both scientific interest in chemistry and condensed matter physics and industrial importance as flat panel displays. In this paper, we analyzed a citation network of OLED papers and used a topological clustering method to investigate the structure of research and to detect emerging research domains. We found that most papers belong to two main clusters: organics and polymers. These two clusters have distinctive differences in subcluster structures and journals where papers are published. Supposing this discrepancy to indicate research progress, organics are in the applied research stage, while polymers are in the basic research stage.
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