A recent scientometric study by DImopoulos and Bakas (2018), on the relevant to Mass Appraisals and Property Valuations literature, revealed a transformation from traditional statistics to more complex numerical models, computational procedures, and automated methods, from the field of Artificial Intelligence. The study was based on an adequate pool of papers, constituted in Scopus database, utilizing a machine learning algorithm developed from one of the authors, for multidimensional scaling and clustering of the keywords found in the papers’ database, the authors and their cooperation and the co-occurrences of the references in the papers studied. The time-series of the most frequent keywords are also computed, demonstrated that the evolution of the mass appraisals research.
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