This paper considers nonlinear effects in the international system of scientific communication. Bifurcation points that become apparent in the spasmodic change of the rate of growth in a number of published documents are shown using the example of the dynamics of publications on new themes. Such phenomena are of interest as a real self-adaptation of the international system of scientific communication to new scientific ideas and discoveries.
Automatic Documentation and Mathematical Linguistics – Springer Journals
Published: Sep 17, 2009