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Who's Who in the Information Technology Research in the Philippines A Social Network Analysis

by   Rex Bringula, et al.

This study reported the conference papers presented conducted by the two computing societies in the Philippines. Toward this goal, all published conference proceedings from the National Conference of IT Education and Philippine Computing Society Conference were gathered and analyzed using social network analysis. The findings of the study disclosed that there are 733 papers presented in the conference for the span of 18 years. On the average, both conferences had 27 papers presented annually. Private higher education institutions dominated the list of research productive schools where De La Salle University tops the list. A researcher in the University of the Philippines-Diliman is the most prolific researcher with 39 publications and "algorithm" was the most researched topic. Researchers tend to work in small team consisting of 2 to 3 members. Implications and limitations of the study are also presented.


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