[Ndn-interest] A synopsis of NDN

Klaus Schneider klaus at cs.arizona.edu
Sun Apr 1 20:06:17 PDT 2018

Okay, that makes sense.

I think your time might be more well spent to write a script or search 
filter to query these sites (GS, IEEE, ...) and then remove duplicates, 
non-English papers, etc., rather than trying to gather all papers by hand.

This would bring a number of benefits, such as:

- Being always up to date
- Sorting by date and relevance (citation count)
- Listing related work (cited by)
- Including a link to the pdf files

It would also automatically include the techreports that Spyros 
mentioned (the NDN techreport site is indexed by Google Scholar).

Best regards,

On 01/04/18 19:23, Michael Hucka wrote:
> On Sun, 1 Apr 2018 13:50:33 -0700, Klaus Schneider wrote:
>> I wonder what the difference is between your bibliography and just
>> filtering the citations to the original "Networking Named Content"
>> paper on Google Scholar?
>> Example:
>> - ICN:
>> https://scholar.google.com/scholar?hl=en&as_sdt=805&sciodt=0%2C3&cites=566854295540209756&scipsc=1&q=%22icn%22%7C%22information+centric%22&btnG=
>> - CCN:
>> https://scholar.google.com/scholar?hl=en&as_sdt=805&sciodt=0%2C3&cites=566854295540209756&scipsc=1&q=%22ccn%22%7C%22content+centric%22&btnG=
>> - NDN:
>> https://scholar.google.com/scholar?hl=en&as_sdt=805&sciodt=0%2C3&cites=566854295540209756&scipsc=1&q=%22ndn%22%7C%22named+data%22&btnG=
>> Did you use any other methodology to include/exclude papers?
> Yes, of course there was more to it.
> I did rely heavily on Google Scholar for discovering the bulk, but after the first 20 or 30 pages of results in G.S., you start to hit things that are duplicates, or not always real papers (e.g., stuff posted to semanticscholar.org or similar sites with uncertain provenance), or things not written in English.  I tried to weed out the problems, and avoid duplicates.  In addition, I also searched for relevant terms in IEEE's site, as well as the Springer and Elsevier journal sites.  To some degree I also tried Wiley, but their site is more difficult to use efficiently and our institution doesn't seem to have access to as many of those journals, so I likely missed things there.  In principle, the G.S. searches should have caught everything that searching in IEEE/Springer/Elsevier/etc. would, but I feel fairly certain I discovered a few more going directly to the sites.
> The result is certainly incomplete, as we already know.  I'll do another sweep in the very near future to try to pick up more references.  If people can point me to additional sources (e.g., particular journals I should search in), I'll be happy to look into them.  My time is not infinite for this work but I'll do what I can.
> MH

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