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Innovación tecnológica y datos

Vol. 14 Núm. 14 (2020): Ecosistema de datos y la competitividad ISBN 978-607-96203-0-9

Tendencias en torno a la competitividad de las ciudades inteligentes: aproximación desde un análisis bibliométrico

Enviado
junio 16, 2021
Publicado
2021-06-17

Resumen

El estudio de exploración bibliométrica que se muestra a continuación tuvo como objetivo la
exploración de las variables en los títulos, resúmenes y palabras clave de los trabajos científicos que recopiló el repositorio académico de gran prestigio, Scopus, sobre la Competitividad de las Ciudades Inteligentes inclusive hasta algunos registros del año 2021, para identificar en ello los términos más recientes y representativos al respecto. Para lograrlo, se hizo uso además de los metadatos que proporciona para descarga Scopus, el software para el análisis de redes semánticas VOSviewer, lo que permitió visualizar la densidad de ocurrencias y la aparición temporal de la terminología en tendencia relacionada con Tecnologías de la Información y las Comunicaciones y el Desarrollo Sustentable.

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