Predicting the research output/growth of selected countries: application of Even GM (1, 1) and NDGM models
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KeywordsNonhomogeneous; NDGM; GM (1; 1); Research output; Research growth; Regression; USA; China; Pakistan; India; Synthetic relative growth rate doubling time;
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