Welcome to the Techlens Website!
* ACM, the leading computing professional society, has given us complete access to the metadata from their digital library and their guide to computing literature (1 million citations) and the support of their staff to learn how to use it.
* We have collaborated with another NSF-funded project to made data and expertise available and to avoid duplication.
allowed us free use of their RefShare?
facility to gather data from RefWorks?
users at the University of Minnesota, and more generally consulted with us on the use of citation databases.
Publications & Current Findings
Chen, J. and Konstan, J.A. 2009. Computer Science Conference Paper Selectivity and Impact: An Analysis. Communications of the ACM.
Kapoor, N., Butler, J.T., McNee?
, S.M., Fouty, G.C., Stemper, J.A. and Konstan, J.A. 2007. Understanding Citations in Users' Personal Collections. Joint Conference on Digital Libraries.
Kapoor, N., Butler, J.T., Fouty, G.C., Stemper, J.A. and Konstan, J.A. 2007. A Study of Citations in Users' Online Personal Collections. Proceedings of the ACM 2007 European Conference on Digital Libraries, Budapest, Hungary.
Kapoor, N., Butler, J.T., Fouty, G.C., Stemper, J.A. and Konstan, J.A. 2007. Resolvability of References in Users' Personal Collections. Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Conceptions of Library and Information Sciences (CoLIS), Boras, Sweden, August 2007.
Kapoor, N., Chen, J., Butler, J., Fouty, G.C., Stemper, J.A., Riedl, J. and Konstan, J.A. 2007. TechLens - A Researcher's Desktop. The First ACM Conference on Recommender Systems, Extended Abstracts, Minneapolis, MN, October 2007.
This work is sponsored by the National Science Foundation award number 05-34939
Disclaimer: Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation
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