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ItemTrends in IoT Research: A Bibliometric and Science mapping Analysis of Internet of Things(Library Philosophy and Practice (LPP), 2021-03-09)Internet of Things (IoT) is about augmenting the existing power of the Internet beyond computers and smartphones to a whole range of other things, processes, and environments involving living or non-living species. It can bring life to the objects and enable them to communicate. This study presents the bibliometric analysis and science-mapping analysis on IoT. The data were extracted from the Web of Science (WoS) database from 1989–2019. In total 14,469 documents (articles, review, editorial material, proceedings, etc) were retrieved, which were further processed by VOSviewer software to perform advanced bibliometric analysis and science-mapping analysis. This research identifies the most productive or leading authors, countries, journals, institutions, keywords and to know their co- authorship pattern, co-citation pattern, bibliographic coupling pattern, the co-occurrence of keywords pattern in the research area of IoT. Results showed that Joel J.P.C Rodrigues was the most productive author, the People’s Republic of China was the most productive country, the Journal of EEE Access was the leading journal, Luigi Atzori was the most cited author. The main keywords more frequently occurred were Internet of things, and Internet, and Security. The analysis showed a collaboration relation between authors, countries and institutions. The visualizations conducted on this topic offer exploratory information on current status and trends on the scientific literature of IoT and provides insights for established and novice researchers in the understanding of this research topic.
ItemICSSR( 2020-04-14)As the country’s development process threw up numerous and diverse problems that required extensive research and analysis, Government of India established a Committee for Social Science Research under the chairmanship of Professor V.K.R.V Rao in 1965 to review the social science research scenario in the country and make recommendations to accelerate its progress. This led to the establishment of the Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR) in 1969, New Delhi. Prof. Bhushan Patwardhan is the chairman of ICSSR. It was setup to promote extensive research and fund in the field of social sciences in the country. It is provide grants for projects, fellowships, international collaboration, capacity building, survey, publications etc. to promote research in social sciences in India. The ICSSR is an autonomous body under the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India and a premier organisation with 6 Regional Centres,(Eastern Regional Centre, North-Eastern Regional Centre, North-Western Regional Centre,Northern Regional Centre, Southern Regional Centre, Western Regional Centre), 30 Research Institutes in different regions in India.