How to Combine Term Clumping and Technology Roadmapping for Newly Emerging Science & Technology Competitive Intelligence: The Semantic TRIZ Tool and Case Study

Autores UPV
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Revista Scientometrics

Abstract

Competitive Technical Intelligence (CTI) addresses the landscape of both opportunities and competition for emerging technologies as the boom of Newly Emerging Science & Technology (NEST) ¿ characterized by a challenging combination of great uncertainty and great potential ¿ has become a significant feature of the globalized world. We have been focusing on the construction of a ¿NEST Competitive Intelligence¿ methodology, which blends bibliometric and text mining methods to explore key technological system components, current R&D emphases, and key players for a particular NEST. As an important part of these studies, this paper emphasizes the semantic TRIZ approach as a useful tool to represent ¿Term Clumping¿ results and apply them to Technology Roadmapping (TRM), with the help of semantic Problem & Solution (P&S) patterns. A greater challenge lies in the attempt to extend our approach into NEST Competitive Intelligence studies by using both inductive and purposive bibliometric approaches. Finally, an empirical study for Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells (DSSCs) is used to demonstrate these analyses.