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Alan L. Porter

Tech Mining

Exploiting New Technologies for Competitive Advantage

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Tech Mining makes exploitation of text databases meaningful to those who can gain from derived knowledge about emerging technologies. It begins with the premise that we have the information, the tools to exploit it, and the need for the resulting knowledge.
The information provided puts new capabilities at the hands of technology managers.


Taal / Language : English

Inhoudsopgave:
List of Figures xi
Preface xiii
Acknowledgments xv
Acronyms & Shorthands-Glossary xvii
Part I. Understanding Tech Mining 1(66)
1. Technological Innovation and the Need for Tech Mining
3(14)
1.1. Why Innovation Is Significant
3(2)
1.2. Innovation Processes
5(3)
1.3. Innovation Institutions and Their Interests
8(1)
1.4. Innovators and Their Interests
9(3)
1.5. Technological Innovation in an Information Age
12(1)
1.6. Information about Emerging Technologies
13(2)
Chapter 1 Take-Home Messages
15(1)
Chapter Resources
15(2)
2. How Tech Mining Works
17(16)
2.1. What Is Tech Mining?
17(4)
2.2. Why Do Tech Mining?
21(2)
2.3. What Is Tech Mining`s Ancestry?
23(1)
2.4. How To Conduct the Tech Mining Process?
24(2)
2.5. Who Does Tech Mining?
26(4)
2.6. Where Is Tech Mining Most Needed?
30(1)
Chapter 2 Take-Home Messages
31(1)
Chapter Resources
32(1)
3. What Tech Mining Can Do for You
33(8)
3.1. Tech Mining Basics
33(1)
3.2. Tech Mining Analyses
34(3)
3.3. Putting Tech Mining Information to Good Use
37(1)
3.4. Managing and Measuring Tech Mining
38(2)
Chapter 3 Take-Home Messages
40(1)
4. Example Results: Fuel Cells Tech Mining
41(10)
4.1. Overview of Fuel Cells
41(1)
4.2. Tech Mining Analyses
42(1)
4.3. Tech Mining Results
43(3)
4.4. Tech Mining Information Processes
46(2)
4.5. Tech Mining Information Products
48(1)
Chapter 4 Take-Home Messages
49(1)
Chapter 4 Resources
50(1)
5. What to Watch for in Tech Mining
51(16)
5.1. Better Basics
51(5)
5.2. Research Profiling and Other Perspectives on the Data
56(2)
5.3. More Informative Products
58(1)
5.4. Knowledge Discovery
59(3)
5.5. Knowledge Management
62(1)
5.6. New Tech Mining Markets
63(2)
5.7. Dangers
65(1)
Chapter 5 Take-Home Messages
65(1)
Chapter 5 Resources
66(1)
Part II. Doing Tech Mining 67(288)
6. Finding the Right Sources
69(26)
6.1. R&D Activity
70(3)
6.2. R&D Output Databases
73(6)
6.3. Determining the Best Sources
79(5)
6.4. Arranging Access to Databases
84(9)
Chapter 6 Take-Home Messages
93(1)
Chapter 6 Resources
94(1)
7. Forming the Right Query
95(18)
7.1. An Iterative Process
95(1)
7.2. Queries Based on Substantive Terms
96(5)
7.3. Nominal Queries
101(3)
7.4. Tactics and Strategies for Query Design
104(4)
7.5. Changing the Query
108(3)
Chapter 7 Take-Home Messages
111(2)
8. Getting the Data
113(16)
8.1. Accessing Databases
113(3)
8.2. Search and Retrieval from a Database
116(9)
8.3. What to Do, and Not to Do
125(2)
Chapter 8 Take-Home Messages
127(2)
9. Basic Analyses
129(26)
9.1. In the Beginning
129(6)
9.2. What You Can Do with the Data
135(2)
9.3. Relations Among Documents and Terms Occurring in Their Information Fields
137(4)
9.4. Relationships
141(4)
9.5. Helpful Basic Analyses
145(8)
Chapter 9 Take-Home Messages
153(2)
10. Advanced Analyses
155(32)
10.1. Why Perform Advanced Analyses?
155(5)
10.2. Data Representation
160(13)
10.3. Analytical Families
173(8)
10.4 Debrand Trust Advanced Analysis Example
181(4)
Chapter 10 Take-Home Messages
185(1)
Chapter 10 Resources
186(1)
11. Trend Analyses
187(28)
11.1. Perspective
187(4)
11.2. An Example Time Series Description and Forecast
191(14)
11.3. Multiple Forecasts
205(5)
11.4. Research Fronts
210(2)
11.5. Novelty
212(1)
Chapter 11 Take-Home Messages
213(1)
Chapter 11 Resources
214(1)
12. Patent Analyses
215(34)
12.1. Basics
215(3)
12.2. Why Patent Analyses?
218(2)
12.3. Getting Started
220(6)
12.4. The `What` and `Why` of Patent Analysis
226(3)
12.5. Tech Mining Patent Analysis Case Illustration: Fuel Cells
229(8)
12.6. Patent Citation Analysis
237(2)
12.7. For Whom?
239(4)
12.8. TRIZ
243(3)
12.9. Reflections
246(1)
Chapter 12 Take-Home Messages
247(1)
Chapter Resources
248(1)
13. Generating and Presenting Innovation Indicators
249(40)
13.1. Expert Opinion in Tech Mining
250(4)
13.2. Innovation Indicators
254(20)
13.3. Information Representation and Packaging
274(7)
13.4. Examples of Putting Tech Mining Information Representation to Use
281(5)
13.5. Summing Up
286(1)
Chapter 13 Take-Home Messages
287(1)
Chapter 13 Resources
288(1)
14. Managing the Tech Mining Process
289(18)
14.1. Tough Challenges
289(1)
14.2. Tech Mining Communities
290(3)
14.3. Process Management
293(3)
14.4. Enhancing the Prospects of Tech Mining Utilization
296(3)
14.5. Institutionalizing the Tech Mining Function
299(4)
14.6. The Learning Curve
303(2)
Chapter 14 Take-Home Messages
305(2)
15. Measuring Tech Mining Results
307(14)
15.1. Why Measure?
307(1)
15.2. What to Measure
308(3)
15.3. How to Measure
311(3)
15.4. Enabling Measurement
314(2)
15.5. Effective Measurement
316(2)
15.6. Using Measurements to Bolster Tech Mining
318(1)
Chapter 15 Take-Home Messages
319(1)
Chapter 15 Resources
320(1)
16. Example Process: Tech Mining on Fuel Cells
321(34)
16.1. Introduction
321(1)
16.2. First Step: Issue Identification
322(1)
16.3. Second Step: Selection of Information Sources
323(1)
16.4. Third Step: Search Refinement and Data Retrieval
324(1)
16.5. Fourth Step: Data Cleaning
324(2)
16.6. Fifth Step: Basic Analyses
326(13)
16.7. Sixth Step: Advanced Analyses
339(12)
16.8. Seventh Step: Representation
351(1)
16.9. Eighth Step: Interpretation
352(1)
16.10. Ninth Step: Utilization
352(1)
16.11. What Can We Learn
352(1)
Chapter 16 Take-Home Messages
353(1)
Chapter 16 Resources
354(1)
Appendix 355(14)
A. Selected Publication and Patent Databases
355(6)
B. Text Mining Software
361(2)
C. What You Can Do Without Tech Mining Software
363(2)
D. Statistics and Distributions for Analyzing Text Entities
365(4)
References 369(8)
Index 377
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