DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26507/rei.v10n20.567

Creación de Artículos Académicos basados en Minería de Datos y Web 2.0 para Incrementar la Producción Científica en Ingeniería

Esteban Mauricio Inga Ortega, Roberto Carlos Hincapié Reyes

Resumen


La producción científica en Ingeniería actualmente tiene un reto exponencial, debido al sin número de indicadores de satisfacción universitaria y producción académica-científica que está obligada a cumplir con el propósito de satisfacer estándares internacionales, ranking mundial de universidades y motivación para las futuras generaciones de investigadores e innovadores científicos. El presente documento  pretende hacer una revisión documental de prácticas de minería de datos y web 2.0 con visión futura sobre la base de las necesidades de una sociedad que construye conocimiento sobre evidencias sólidas y posteriormente se analizan las técnicas y herramientas de web 2.0 para empoderarse de la información y conocimiento de forma rápida, oportuna y eficiente, la cual servirá para iniciar la creación de un documento académico-científico sólidamente estructurado y confiable.


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minería de datos; web 2.0; ingeniería; artículo académico; investigación; innovación.

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