1985 Special Memorial Issue of Scientometrics - Tribute to Derek Price (fwd)

HP van Dalen dalen at WRR.NL
Wed May 10 10:33:36 EDT 2000

I would love to receive a copy, if of course the box is not already empty.

Hendrik P. van Dalen
Scientific Council for Government Policy
P.O. Box 20004
NL-2500 EA The Hague
The Netherlands

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Tribute to Derek Price (fwd)

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Date: Tue, 9 May 2000 14:02:06 -0400
From: "Garfield, Eugene" <Garfield at codex.cis.upenn.edu>
Subject: 1985 Special Memorial Issue of Scientometrics - Tribute to Derek

Dear Colleagues

In March 1985 a special memorial issue dedicated to Derek Price was
published by Scientometrics.  At that time ISI purchased a large number of
copies for distribution to friends and colleagues.

I recently uncovered several boxes of this issue which contains a great
photograph of Derek and the following list of papers...

Instead of a Preface    137
Derek John de Solla Price Memorial Award        139
Eugene Garfield Wins the 1984 Derek John de Solla Price Award   141
M.      J. Moravcsik (USA): Address at the Presentation of the First Derek
de Solla
          Price Award to Eugene Garfield on December 20, 1984   143
J.      Marton (Hungary): Obsolescence or Immediacy? Evidence Supporting
          Hypothesis    145
A.      Schubert, S. Zsindely, T. Braun (Hungary): Scientometric Indicators
          Evaluating Medical Research Output of Mid-Size Countries      155
M.      J. Moravcsik (USA): Applied Scientometrics: An Assessment
         for Developing Countries       165
          Barbara Stefaniak (Poland): Periodical Literature of Information
Science as
          Reflected in Referativnyj Zhurnal, Section 59, Informatika    177
R.      Todorov (Bulgaria): Distribution of Physics Literature  195
W.      Glänzel, A. Schubert (Hungary): Price Distribution. An Exact
Formulation of
          Price's "Square Root Law"     211
D.      E. Chubin (USA): Beyond Invisible Colleges: Inspirations and
Aspirations of
         Post-1972 Social Studies of Science    221
J. S. Long, R. McGinnis (USA): Teaching Sponsorship and Collaboration. The
          Effects of the Mentor on the Academic Career  255
J.      Irvine, B. R. Martin (UK): Evaluating Big Science: CERN's Past
         and Future Prospects   281
G.      M. Dobrov, V. E. Tonkal (USSR): Comparative Analysis and Estimation
         Competence of Research Units   309
M.      Kochen, J. Lansing (USA): On Maps for Discovery: Did the Periodic
         Guide Elemental Discovery? .   327
C.      Mombers, A. Van Heeringen, R. Van Venetiö, C. Le Pair (The
          Displaying Strengths and Weaknesses in National R&D Performance
         Through Document Cocitation    341
N.      C. Mullins (USA): Invisible Colleges as Science Elites  357
F.      Narin, E. Noma (USA): Is Technology Becoming Science?   369
Elizabeth Smith Aversa (USA): Citation Patterns of Highly Cited Papers and
         Their Relationship to Literature Aging: A Study of the Working
Literature      383
H.      Small, E. Sweeney (USA): Clustering the Science Citation Index®
         Co-citations I. A Comparison of Methods        391
H.      1. Christovão (Brasil): The Aging of the Literature of Biomedical
Sciences in
    Developed and Developing Countries     411
Suzan E. Cozzens (USA): Using the Archive: Derek Price's Theory of
    among the Sciences  431
S. Cole, G. S. Meyer (USA): Little Science, Big Science Revisited       443
A. I. Yablonsky (USSR): Stable Non-Gaussian Distributions in Scientometrics
M. Bonitz (GDR): Journal Ranking by Selective Impact, New Method Based on
    SDI Results and Journal Impact Factors      471
E. Garfield (USA): In Tribute to Derek John de Solla Price: A Citation
    of Little Science, Big Science      487
J. VIachy (Czechoslovakia): Citation Histories of Scientific Publications.
     Data Sources       505
Short Communication     529
T.      Braun, S. Zsindely ,(Hungary): Growth of Scientific Literature and
        Barnaby Rich Effect     529

I would be happy to send out gratis copies of this issue on a
first-come-first-serve basis to members of the SIG-Metrics group.
Please send me your postal address with your request.

Best wishes,
Gene Garfield

Eugene Garfield, Ph.D.
Chairman Emeritus, ISI, 3501 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104
Publisher, THE SCIENTIST, 3600 Market St,
Philadelphia, PA 19104 (www.the-scientist.com)
Tel: 215-243-2205 // Fax: 215-387-1266
email:  garfield at codex.cis.upenn.edu
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Home Page: http://garfield.library.upenn.edu


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