Search Results

You are looking at 11 - 20 of 1,733 items for :

  • Refine by Access: All Content x
Clear All

, W. 1996 Scientific journal usage in a large university library — a local citation analysis Serials Librarian 29 3-4 79 – 88

Restricted access

publications, assessing the impact of research often relied on the count of citations received. In 2005, Hirsch [ 9 ] proposed the h -index, which tries to bring productivity and impact into a balance. It is hard to underestimate the effect that his

Open access
Scientometrics
Authors:
Hiroko Nakamura
,
Shinji Suzuki
,
Tomobe Hironori
,
Yuya Kajikawa
, and
Ichiro Sakata

. The aim of this paper is to introduce an indicator, the citation lag, for analyzing the process of knowledge diffusion and integration across research fields. Using this indicator, we discuss knowledge diffusion among different subfields of Supply

Restricted access

References Aksnes , D. W. 2003 A macro-study of self-citations Scientometrics 56 2 235 – 246

Restricted access

a high-impact journal and a high number of citations (Albuquerque 2010 ). Citation of an article may be influenced by various biases, such as self-citation, nationality, sex, and the author's institution; in other words, this practice may be

Restricted access

Garfield, E.: Citation Indexes for Science. Science, 1955, 122 , 108–111. Garfield E. Citation Indexes for Science Science

Restricted access

References Egghe , L. Ravichandra Rao , I. K. 1992 Citation age data and the obsolescence function: fits and explanations

Restricted access

Introduction One of the typical methods used to assess patents is the citation analysis that focuses on the citations made between patents (Narin 1994 ). Narin ( 1995 ) reported that an important patent that discovers a

Restricted access

Lou, Y. C., Lin, H. F.: Estimate of global research trends and performance in family therapy in Social Science Citation Index. Scientometrics, 2012, 90 (3), 807–823. Du, Y

Restricted access

Introduction and method This paper compares citation counts for award-winning mathematicians in different subdisciplines of mathematics. The mathematicians in this study work in every subdiscipline of mathematics, although some

Restricted access