Bio: A Neelameghan is an academic researcher. The author has contributed to research in topic(s): Code (cryptography) & Citation. The author has an hindex of 2, co-authored 6 publication(s) receiving 33 citation(s).
Topics: Code (cryptography), Citation, Documentation
18 Aug 2006
01 Jan 1975
01 Mar 1973
TL;DR: In this article, the authors present the objective, cornponenta, organization, constraints, and development features of a technology transfer system and discuss with illustrative examples Irorn published papers.
Abstract: The objective, cornponenta, organization, constraints, eavi rorrment, adaptation, and development features of a technology transfer systeIn are enume rated and discussed with illustrative exampl.es Irorn published papers. Three rnodel s -Clark and Guba, Castasia, and Efercett Rogert--.of the technology diffusion process are presented. The factors influencing the diflusicn of technology Irom one country to another, Irom one enterprise to another in one and the same country, and froIn one person to another within a group or an institution are men-, tioned. The psy<;holog'(cal, educational,. .hl etortcat, political, econoznical, sociological and cultural characteristics of the giver and receiver of techno-. logical know-how and the di fferences in their seientific and technological developInent and inforznation richness are Irnpoeta nt factors to be taken into account in designing a technology transfer systezn. The recommendations of Castasia regarding technology transfer and national policy on science and technology in Asian countries in'the perspective of the overall zw,tional development of these countries are ,qlloted.
01 Dec 1956
TL;DR: The problem of using abbreviated forms to cite book titles has been studied extensively in the literature as discussed by the authors, where a number of problems arise because of titles almost similar in form in the same as well as different languages and countries.
Abstract: In the eighteenth century and earlier abbreviated forms were used even to cite book titles. Nobody could then possibly have foreseen th~ present day proliferation of periodicals particularly in the sciences. The practice of using abbreviated titles, once convenient for a much smaller number of periodicals, has given us quite a few problems to solve when applied to the greatly increased number of periodicals. Complications arise because of titles almost similar in form in the same as well as different languages and countries, the publications of corporate bodies and the transposition of words, the inconsistent use of capitals and small letters in the abbreviated forms, etc. Opinions differ as to the principles to be followed in the compilation of standard interna.tionallists of abbreviated forms or titles of periodicals. Hence we have more than one such international list.
01 Sep 1963
TL;DR: The various activities for the promotion of the study, research, collection of documents, and documentation of the histurs of medicine in India in the last fifteen: years, are briefly described.
Abstract: The various activities for the promotion of the study, research, collection of documents, and documentation of the histurs of medicine in India in the last fifteen: years, are briefly described. The annual bibliography, Recent Indian medical historiography, for the period 1954-61 i B ana~ lysed from different points of view. Indi~l contri bution on l.ndian medical hi s t or y has risen by about 65 per cent, while the for-· eign contribution to the subject has declined by about)O per cent, in the 8-year period. Over 80 per cent of the papers ara in English. Only 10 per cent of the paper e are in Indian languages. Among the latter, Telugu, Hindi, and Urdu take up about 90 pe:~· cent. Ancient Indian medicine is the suuject most widely wri tten upon. The hi stor;y of the development of· medicine in Indi a f ror., about the 10th century to the 19th century AD has received little attention. Eighty per cent of the articles are to be found in 50 periodicals. Out of the 2Q8 periodicals indexed during 1954-61, a little over 80 per cent of the papers are to be found in the 111 Indian periodicals. Coverage of the articles by certain indexing periodicals is also indicated. Periodicals from India, Great Britain, German~, and USA together contain about 95 per cent of the papers. About 80 per cent of the papers have seeped into periodicals devoted to subjects other than history of medicine and the history of science. 1he possiole reasons for some of the features mentioned are advanced. Periodicals in the General Medicine group gave over 50 papers per year but the number or'
01 Feb 1951-Palimpsest
TL;DR: Art: The special expression of ideas, feelings and values in visual forms as discussed by the authors, which is a special concentrated way of looking at a piece of art with a purpose to recieve maximum enjoyment and meaning from it.
Abstract: Art : Art in which the subject matter has been simplified or distorted to the point that it may or may not be easily descended. Acrylic: Resin that, when mixed with water and pigment, forms an inorganic and quick drying medium. Acrylic paint therefore is a fast drying synthetic paint made from acrylic resin. Action Painting: The technique of dripping and splashing paint onto canvases stretched on the floor Aesthetic: Pertaining to the appreciation of the beautiful as opposed to the functional or utilitarian, and, by extention, to the appreciation of any form of art. Aesthetic value: The impact of a work of art on our senses, intellect, and emotions. Analogous colours:Pairs of colour such as yellow and orange, that are adjudscent to each other on the colour wheel. Acqatint : A print making process that includes etching and that permits broad areas of black and gray tones. Air brush: Atomizer operated by compressed air used for spraying on paint. Art Deco: A popular art and design style of the 1920s and 30s, and characterized by its intergration of organic and geometric forms. Art: The special expression of ideas, feelings and values in visual forms. Art criticism: A special concentrated way of looking at a piece of art with a purpose to recieve maximum enjoyment and meaning from it. Abstract Expressionism: A twentieth-century painting style in which artists applied paint freely to huge canvases in an effort to show feelings and emotions rather than realistic subject matter.Expressionism: A twentieth-century painting style in which artists applied paint freely to huge canvases in an effort to show feelings and emotions rather than realistic subject matter.
TL;DR: A comprehensive framework is presented, identifying a networked architecture in which different actors (universities, other R&D centers, consulting companies, the European Union, national government, local public administration) interact.
Abstract: The paper deals with technological and managerial innovation transfer to small and medium sized enterprises. A comprehensive framework is presented, identifying a networked architecture in which different actors (universities, other R&D centers, consulting companies, the European Union, national government, local public administration) interact. In so doing, the need of a specific promoting role is pointed out. Consequently, introduction of an innovation center (IC) responsible for the whole transfer process is proposed. Within this organizational unit, the role of innovation promoter (IP), that is the interface with the specific SME, is analyzed and discussed. Finally, a general scheme of IC and IP actions and competences is presented.
30 Nov 2007
TL;DR: Understanding FRBR: What It Is and How It Will Affect The authors' Retrieval Tools, Arlene G. Taylor.
Abstract: Understanding FRBR: What It Is and How It Will Affect Our Retrieval Tools, Arlene G. Taylor. Copyright (c) 2007 by Arlene G. Taylor. Reproduced with the permission of Greenwood Publishing Group, Inc., Westport, CT.
01 Jul 2010-Journal of Informetrics
TL;DR: Study indicates that the exponential model fits the data on journals, articles and authors and it may be used to estimate the articles for given numbers of journals and authors.
Abstract: In the present study we have tried to trace the growth of malaria research at Global Level and the distribution of articles in various journals for the period 1955–2005. The data have been extracted from a database, which has been developed in-house from MEDLINE, SCI, TDB, Ovid Heath Information and Indian Science Abstracts. Study indicates that the exponential model fits the data on journals, articles and authors. The R2 value for the trend for journals, articles, and authors are 0.9502, 0.9475, and 0.9651, respectively. The growth rates for journals, articles and authors are 5.31%, 7.38%, and 10.06%, respectively. The linear multiple regression equation that Articles = −39.2771 + 3.61719*journals + 0.085882*Authors (R2 = 99.16%) is most meaningful and it may be used to estimate the articles for given numbers of journals and authors.
01 Mar 2013-IFLA Journal
TL;DR: The authors argued that librarian identity is a contested arena, seemingly caught up in a values-war between traditional principles of "citizenship" and late 20th century's shift to a democracy of consumerists.
Abstract: ‘Librarian identity’ is a contested arena, seemingly caught up in a values-war between traditional principles of ‘citizenship’ and late 20th century’s shift to a democracy of consumerists. New prof...