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Gender trends in computer science authorship [article]

Lucy Lu Wang, Gabriel Stanovsky, Luca Weihs, Oren Etzioni
2019 arXiv   pre-print
Finally, our analysis of collaboration trends in Computer Science reveals decreasing rates of collaboration between authors of different genders.  ...  A comprehensive and up-to-date analysis of Computer Science literature (2.87 million papers through 2018) reveals that, if current trends continue, parity between the number of male and female authors  ...  INTRODUCTION This paper presents a large-scale automated analysis of gender trends in the authorship of Computer Science literature.  ... 
arXiv:1906.07883v1 fatcat:g2rmu5zqgvgw3k7v4cabaeksay

Trends in authorship by women at Canadian universities 2006 to 2019

Jeffrey Demaine
2021 Canadian journal of information and library science  
Bibliometrics can provide a window into the gender disparity in research by measuring the metadata of academic publications.  ...  Despite much progress since the mid-20th century, there still exists a disparity in the number of female academics relative to their male colleagues.  ...  His interest in this field began a quarter-century ago when he used a printed version of the Science Citation Index to do his first bibliometric analysis.  ... 
doi:10.5206/cjilsrcsib.v44i2.13687 fatcat:cuk77xw6jrhyrlqf6yqfk7anru

Increased Female Authorship in Otolaryngology Over the Past Three Decades

Neil Bhattacharyya, Nina L. Shapiro
2000 The Laryngoscope  
Data were analyzed for trends in female authorship and the association of gender with the other design variables. Results: A total of 2,463 articles were analyzed.  ...  Objective: To identify changing trends in female authorship and publication in the otolaryngology literature.  ...  A weighted ranking system for female authors (WFR) was also computed according to the following formula: These data were tabulated and analyzed to determine quantitative trends in female authorship in  ... 
doi:10.1097/00005537-200003000-00005 pmid:10718419 fatcat:32ajgbuvonc5bblcvg5pozgwnq

Illuminating Women's Hidden Contribution to Historical Theoretical Population Genetics

Samantha Kristin Dung, Andrea López, Ezequiel Lopez Barragan, Rochelle-Jan Reyes, Ricky Thu, Edgar Castellanos, Francisca Catalan, Emilia Huerta-Sánchez, Rori V. Rohlfs
2019 Genetics  
While productivity in academia is measured through authorship, not all scientific contributors have been recognized as authors.  ...  We identified APs in Theoretical Population Biology articles published between 1970 and 1990, finding that APs were disproportionately women (P = 4.0 × 10-10).  ...  McTavish, Fergal Casey, Rasmus Nielsen, and Pleuni Pennings for constructive comments on an earlier version of this manuscript; Michael Turelli, Jim Harner, and Michael Rose for helping identify the genders  ... 
doi:10.1534/genetics.118.301277 pmid:30733376 pmcid:PMC6366915 fatcat:zzzgiehfcrc4jbsadmv6t7bh7q

Research production in high-impact journals of contemporary neuroscience: A gender analysis

Julio González-Álvarez, Teresa Cervera-Crespo
2017 Journal of Informetrics  
From a total of 66,937 authorships, gender could be identified in 53,351 (79.7%) of them. Results revealed that 67.1% of the authorships corresponded to men and 32.9% to women.  ...  This double pattern suggests that age probably plays a role in (partly) explaining gender asymmetry, both in science in general and in neuroscience in particular.  ...  Journals Impact Factor Papers Authorships Known Gender Male Authorships % Female Authorships % Nature Reviews Neuroscience 31.43 138 337 292 215 73.6 77 26.4 Trends In Cognitive Sciences  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.joi.2016.12.007 fatcat:iu35wwzxrfboneym4edkjt5doi

D-Lib Magazine: Its First 13 Years

Taemin Kim Park
2010 D-Lib Magazine  
Subject Number of citations Information science and library science 747 Computer science, information systems 395 Computer science, theory and methods 197 Computer science, software engineering 61 Computer  ...  Authorship characteristics and trends in Journal of the American Society for Information Science (JASIS) and Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology (JASIST) were reported  ... 
doi:10.1045/january2010-park fatcat:ic55cbtpxvgcrddldcse26agnq

Exploring Gender Role in Co-Authorship Networks for Computing Books: A Case Study in DBLP

Kosovare Sahatqija, Arbana Kadriu
2019 Social Science Research Network  
In our case, the research paper is about identifying collaborative networks between the authors (co-authors) of Computer Science books with the highlighted focus on the women computer scientist's community  ...  In this way, we are going to distinguish the successful collaboration between co-authors, the trend of further collaboration between them and the participation of women on these collaborations.  ...  In our case, we have used the DBLP computer science bibliography source to get the data on the Computer Sciences' books co-authorship.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.3490091 fatcat:3tyyn5hxtjam7novyuhqerjgce

Bibliometrics: Global gender disparities in science

Vincent Larivière, Chaoqun Ni, Yves Gingras, Blaise Cronin, Cassidy R. Sugimoto
2013 Nature  
Sugimoto and colleagues present a bibliometric analysis confirming that gender imbalances persist in research output worldwide.  ...  Male-dominated disciplines include military sciences, engineering, robotics, aeronautics and astronautics, high-energy physics, mathematics, computer science, philosophy GENDER AND RESEARCH OUTPUT The  ...  Thus it is likely that many of the trends we observed can be explained by the under-representation of women among the elders of science.  ... 
doi:10.1038/504211a pmid:24350369 fatcat:pjcopiai65bc7hkthksbgv2p24

Wimir: An Informetric Study On Women Authors In Ismir

Xiao Hu 0001, Kahyun Choi, Jin Ha Lee, Audrey Laplante, Yun Hao, Sally Jo Cunningham, J. Stephen Downie
2016 Zenodo  
Figure 3 illustrates the co-authorship trend over the years. In general, papers led by authors in either gender tend to have an increasing number of co-authors. Table 3 .  ...  For example, "Computer Science and Informatics" was combined with "Computer Science", and "Audio and Speech Processing" was combined with "Electronical Engineering".  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1414832 fatcat:ktp3g4jjlfe5jptsneo3q32fgi

Big Missing Data: are scientific memes inherited differently from gendered authorship? [article]

Tanya Araújo, Elsa Fontainha
2017 arXiv   pre-print
This paper seeks to build upon the previous literature on gender aspects in research collaboration and knowledge diffusion.  ...  Our approach adds the meme inheritance notion to traditional citation analysis, as we investigate if scientific memes are inherited differently from gendered authorship.  ...  information in the sciences, social sciences, arts, and humanities.  ... 
arXiv:1706.05156v2 fatcat:qa3d3rkz7feg3f4nq4hirhokf4

Authorship in top-ranked mathematical and physical journals: Role of gender on self-perceptions and bibliographic evidence

Helena Mihaljevi´, Lucía Santamaría
2020 Quantitative Science Studies  
By analyzing millions of records from the dedicated bibliographic databases zbMATH, arXiv, and ADS, we unveil the chronological evolution of authorships by women in mathematics, physics, and astronomy.  ...  situation in the latter.  ...  FUNDING INFORMATION This work is informed by the authors' participation in the project "A Global Approach to the Gender Gap in Mathematical, Computing, and Natural Sciences: How to Measure It, How to Reduce  ... 
doi:10.1162/qss_a_00090 fatcat:e3gjhej2hfbq5edt2nd2g4ttbm

How Many Authors Does It Take to Publish an Article? Trends and Patterns in Political Science

Bonnie S. Fisher, Craig T. Cobane, Thomas M. Vander Ven, Francis T. Cullen
1998 PS: Political Science and Politics  
In this article we explore trends and patterns in multiple authorship in political science over the past four decades.  ...  Single Authorships, Same-Sex Collaborations, and Cross-Sex Collaborations: Trends and Patterns In Figure 3 , we present trends of authorship by sex over time.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1049096500053452 fatcat:ajfmyfdyznbw3ajmag7fiedteu

Women are underrepresented in computational biology: An analysis of the scholarly literature in biology, computer science and computational biology

Kevin S. Bonham, Melanie I. Stefan, Carl T. Bergstrom
2017 PLoS Computational Biology  
To investigate this question, we examined authorship data from databases of scholarly publications in biology, computational biology, and computer science.  ...  While women are generally underrepresented in STEM fields, there are noticeable differences between fields. For instance, the gender ratio in biology is more balanced than in computer science.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank Markus Perl for the free use of; Casper Strømgren for the free use of; Giovanni Filardo  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1005134 pmid:29023441 pmcid:PMC5638210 fatcat:vmxujj3wtzdkvd4oewojk3afb4

On the Compliance of Women Engineers with a Gendered Scientific System

Gita Ghiasi, Vincent Larivière, Cassidy R. Sugimoto, Wolfgang Glanzel
2015 PLoS ONE  
For this purpose, 679,338 engineering articles published from 2008 to 2013 are extracted from the Web of Science database and 974,837 authorships are analyzed.  ...  However, there has been little empirical research on gender disparities in engineering which help underpin the effective preparation, co-ordination, and implementation of the science and technology (S&  ...  It has been argued that the pervasive gender inequalities in science [6] inhibit optimization of these knowledge-based economies [7] .  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0145931 pmid:26716831 pmcid:PMC4696668 fatcat:wu6y3ld6ybdzjd4ctxki4q37sy

Women Authorship of Scholarly Publications in STEMM: Authorship Puzzle

Vijay Bhagat
2019 Feminist Research  
Several studies have analyzed the women representation in authorship of scholarly publications in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Medicine (STEMM).  ...  This gender authorship puzzle can be solved by adopting gender responsive planning and management.  ...  However, women show underrepresentation in authorship of publication in disciplines like "military sciences, engineering, robotics, aeronautics and astronautics, high-energy physics, mathematics, computer  ... 
doi:10.21523/gcj2.18020204 fatcat:u7qx73z5rbe4rg4ozagfbrftse
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