Amazon or Amazônia: FAIR principles applied on using terms and concepts in the Scopus

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Ramos, M. G.; de Souza, R. F. Amazon or Amazônia: FAIR principles applied on using terms and concepts in the base Scopus. XX ENANCIB 2019.

The present paper reports an empirical research that sought to analyze possible semantic deviations, ambiguities and false positives in the retrieval of documents in the Scopus database through search expressions of the terms Amazon and Amazon, from 2008 to 2018. From the sample selection composed of 40 most cited articles of both terms, a comparative analysis was performed between the author's keywords versus the keywords indicated by the database and the subject areas retrieved by the chosen terms were evaluated. In addition, Iramuteq software was used for data analysis and visualization. The study aims to contribute to a better understanding of the triad: concepts, keywords and terms regarding database information retrieval and to verify the application of the findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable principles, in the knowledge domain analysis as part of the universe of the Knowledge Organization System. In addition, there was a difficult reciprocity between authors' keywords and database keywords that may imply some semantic deviation and ambiguities in document retrieval.may imply some semantic deviation and ambiguities in document retrieval.