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@Article{ Ca2015.1,
author = {Cabanac, Guillaume and Hubert, Gilles and Milard, BĂ©atrice},
title = "{Academic careers in Computer Science: Continuance and transience of lifetime co-authorships}",
journal = {Scientometrics},
publisher = {Springer},
address = {http://www.springerlink.com},
year = {2015},
month = {janvier},
volume = {102},
number = {1},
pages = {135--150},
language = {anglais},
URL = {http://doi.org/10.1007/s11192-014-1426-0,http://www.irit.fr/publis/SIG/2015_Scientometrics_CHM.pdf - http://oatao.univ-toulouse.fr/13197/},
keywords = {fr@en Co-authorship networks, Research collaboration, Research careers, Cohort study, Transversal study, Longitudinal study, Partnership ability},
abstract = {Scholarly publications reify fruitful collaborations between co-authors. A branch of research in the Science Studies focuses on analyzing the co-authorship networks of established scientists. Such studies tell us about how their collaborations developed through their careers. This paper updates previous work by reporting a transversal and a longitudinal studies spanning the lifelong careers of a cohort of researchers from the DBLP bibliographic database. We mined 3,860 researchers' publication records to study the evolution patterns of their co-authorships. Two features of co-authors were considered: 1) their expertise, and 2) the history of their partnerships with the sampled researchers. Our findings reveal the ephemeral nature of most collaborations: 70% of the new co-authors were only one-shot partners since they did not appear to collaborate on any further publications. Overall, researchers consistently extended their co-authorships 1) by steadily enrolling beginning researchers (i.e., people who had never published before), and 2) by increasingly working with confirmed researchers with whom they already collaborated.}
}