Ravil I. Muhamedyev, Jelena Muhamedyeva, Yedilkhan N. Amirgaliyev, Alim N. Khamitov, Ainur Abdilmanova. Revelation of new ICT domains for upcoming Kazakhstan’s participation // Proceedings of the 2015 Conference on Electronic Governance and Open Society: Challenges in Eurasia, EGOSE-2015. —St.Petersburg.ACM New York. — 2015, — P. 179-188.
Rapid changes in ICT affect the field of communication, information processing and the devices that collect and process the data. It seems relevant to assess the interest of researchers to the various sub-domains of ICT, such as Big Data, Cloud computing, Human-machine systems, Mobile computing, Machine Learning, Multi agent systems, Neural Networks, Robotics, Visualization,  and etc. The paper is devoted to selection of the most important directions of research in ICT domain which could be implemented in the Republic of Kazakhstan. In the paper we evaluated the dynamics of annual changes in the number of publications and convergence of ICT sub-domains based on data of Scopus, EBSCO  and Google Scholar. To analyze the place of the Republic of Kazakhstan we considered indexes shown in the Global Competitiveness Report. As a result of analysis, the most rapidly developing areas of ​​research were revealed. The semantic network of the most modern concepts of the ICT domain was constructed that visualizes the binary relationship between the components and their relative importance. By using comparative analysis of the number of publication in different countries we selected some key domains that need to be seriously improved onto the way of science development in RK.
ICT domain, taxonomy, scientometric databases,  Big Data, Вioinformatics, Cloud computing, Cyber-Physical systems, Embedded systems, Information Security, Internet of Things, Human-machine systems, Mobile computing, Machine Learning, Machine to Machine, Multi agent systems, Neural Networks, Robotics, Visualization, Augmented Reality, SDN, 5G , e-Governance, Smart City.
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