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Date of this Version

7-2021

Abstract

For investigating the structure and process of academic communication, bibliometrics provides an excellent set of methodologies and measures. Web 3.0 is a concept that incorporates artificial intelligence and other advanced technologies and brings forth new opportunities and challenges to information scientists. The present study provides an evaluation of the scientific productivity related to Web 3.0 technologies in Web of Science (WoS) during the period of 2007 to 2020. The country-wise distribution of the literature revealed that the majorities (22.330%) of the documents were published from the USA, followed by Spain, and scholarly output of Web 3.0 literature received a total of 2145 citations. More than Ninety percentage of scholarly communication is through the English language. The study also provided a list of the top 10 publications based on the number of citations.

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