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[Vol. 09, No. 08] [August 2023]

Paper Title :: Knowledge Development Trajectories of the Cybercrime Identi-fication Domain: An Academic Study Based on Citation and Main Paths Analysis
Author Name :: Fei-Lung Huang || Kai-Ying Chen || Wei-Hao Su
Country :: Taiwan
Page Number :: 01-15
This study explores the development of cybercrime research by conducting main path analyses. Cy-bersecurity and cybercrime are ever-growing global concerns, and the key message from many of the relevant authorities is that we are a long way from a cyberspace that is trustworthy or secure. Studies were selected from the Scopus database, and the Main Path software was used to analyze the trajectory of cybercrime research. The most influential journals were selected according to their g-indices and h-indices. Studies with identical topics were then grouped into clusters. Wordle was used to identify the keywords in each cluster that were presented in a word cloud and serve a reference for cluster naming. The five largest clusters were "effect of the routine activ-ity theory on cybercrime," "effect of police–community partnerships on cybercrime," "effect of network com-munication technology on cybercrime," "effect of Internet users’ concept of security on cybercrime," and "effect of write print identification technology on cybercrime." Thereafter, the trajectories of each cluster were identified, and suggestions for future research were provided.
Key Words: information security; cyber security; citation analysis; cluster analysis; computer crime; cybercrime; main path analysis
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Paper Title :: Analysis of Hyperbolic Models a comparison with Parabolic Diffusion Models for Contaminant Dispersion
Author Name :: M. Sc. Zenteno Jimenez Jose Roberto
Country :: México
Page Number :: 16-36
The following article is about the analysis of Pollutant Dispersion Models based on Gaussian and Parabolic Models and a comparison with Hyperbolic Models, looking at some of their properties and applications, an introduction to the study of Diffusion in these Models and their results is made.
Key Words: Diffusion Equation, Diffusion and Advection Equation, Gaussian Models, Operator Separation Method, Hyperbolic Model
[1]. A Hyperbolic Theory for Advection-Diffusion Problems:Mathematical Foundations and Numerical Modeling Hector Gomez · Ignasi Colominas · Fermín Navarrina ·José París · Manuel Casteleiro
[2]. Mathematical Modeling of Air Pollutants: An Application to Indian Urban City P. Goyal and Anikender Kumar Centre for Atmospheric Sciences, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi India
[3]. Ecuaciones de adveccion-difusion, telegrafo y onda advectiva como superposiciones de transporte, difusion y onda: un enfoque didactico G.M. Ortigoza Capetillo, Universidad Veracruzana, Facultad de Matematicas.
[4]. An Analytical Dispersion Model for Sources in the Atmospheric Surface Layer with Dry Deposition to the Ground Surface Pramod Kumar1,2*, Maithili Sharan Centre for Atmospheric Sciences, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, Hauz Khas, New Delhi -110016, India, Aerosol and Air Quality Research, 16: 1284–1293, 2016 Copyright © Taiwan Association for Aerosol ResearchISSN: 1680-8584 print / 2071-1409 online doi: 10.4209/aaqr.2015.09.0549
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