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://www.mtmt.hu/ > [Hungarian] ISI Web of Knowledge. Chinese Science Citation Database [Internet]. Thomson Reuters, c2012 [accessed: September 24, 2012] < http://isiknowledge.com/ > SciVerse Scopus [Internet]. Elsevier B

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References BALDI , S. ( 1998 ), Normative versus social constructivist processes in the allocation of citations: A networkanalytic model . American Sociological Review , 63 : 829 – 846

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Introduction It is well-known that citation distributions are extremely skewed. The vast majority of the scientific papers are never or seldom cited in the subsequent scientific literatures. On the other hand some papers

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Online citation analysis

A methodological approach

Scientometrics
Authors:
F. Christensen
and
P. Ingwersen

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The paper investigates the online citation analysis possibilities and limitations. The following online processing tools: RANK, MAP, and TARGET, provided by Dialog, are incorporated in order to perform analyses of citations to and from isolated sets of documents as well as to carry out diachrone journal analyses. These, analyses imply further to determine journal impact factors of ISI journals. Measures of the scope of internationalisation of journals are proposed and demonstrated. By the combined application of the RANK and TARGET commands we demonstrate a hitherto overlooked possibility of working with bibliographic coupling online and mapping of scientific fields.

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citation performance of nanoscience and nanotechnology at a subject level, concluding that the field has matured into a relatively open, diffuse and dynamic system of interactive subjects. Li et al. ( 2007 ) conducted an in-depth research into the citation

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idea cannot be implemented without defining the relative stardom of the two authors. Again, I adopt a simple approach. Based on the citation record of the two researchers, I find the probability that a paper by them is cited N times. By definition

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What makes a scientific article significant? This paper-part of a larger study which will examine how various kinds of significance can be related to one another in a coherent theoretical framework-focusses on the processes by which new knowledge claims are being integrated into the cognitive structure when they are cited in other papers. Citations appear both as threads linking the citing papers to the existing literature in the field, and as elements fulfilling specific functions within the arguments made in these papers. We have found that (1) it is misleading to equate every article with a single knowledge claim, let alone with an attempt to construct a fact; (2) even when the same sentence is cited repeatedly, it can be put to quite different uses in the citing papers; and (3) the process of codification of scientific knowledge through the use of references appears to be far more complex and multi-dimensional than citation context analyses focussing on the use and the gradual disappearance of modalities would lead us to believe. Some consequences for the use use of citation analysis to reconstruct cognitive structures will be discussed.

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References BALDI , S. ( 1998 ), Normative versus social constructivist processes in the allocation of citations: a networkanalytic model . American Sociological Review , 63 ( 6 ): 829

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Introduction: Background Soon after bibliometric measures based on citation appeared, and first of all the Journal Impact Factor (Garfield 1972 ), it was recognized that these measures were dependent to disciplinary effects

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Library and Chinese Social Science Citation Index (CSSCI: http://cssci.nju.edu.cn/lyk2010/tq.htm ) of Nanjing University every year. “Chinese Journal Highlycited Indicators” published by Chinese Scientific and Technical Information Institute and Wanfang

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