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See Sohár, 1999, 1998a, 1998b, 1997, 1996a, 1996b. For instance, Frank Herbert's Dune was published in 87,800 copies in 1987. e.g., Gerald Durrell, Csipkerózsika [Sleeping Beauty], Hófehérke

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‘late bloomer’ or what in bibliometrics is called a ‘sleeping beauty’. The concept of sleeping beauties was introduced by Van Raan ( 2004 ) and it describes a publication that suddenly awakens and draws attention. The increased citing of Benjamin

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recognize the true value of a work. Also, this assessment may change over time and be influenced by future recognition. This change is exemplified in the idea of a “sleeping beauty” (van Raan 2004 ), where there is a delayed realization by the research

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Authors: Elizabeth S. Vieira and José A. N. F. Gomes

van Raan ( 2004 ) calls sleeping beauties (papers that do not get citations in the immediate future, but only several years after publication) will weight down average indicators but do not affect h type indices like this one. The new h nf index

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with which it is cited over some period following publications. Different periods of citation collection will probe different sorts of utility, and there are cases where again 50 years are needed. These have been called sleeping beauty papers, and they

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support of the ill-fated revival of The Sleeping Beauty. 12 In later years, Stravinsky let his guard down, as we may learn in a memoir by his son Sviatoslav, known professionally as Soulima, that indirectly but unmistakably concerns the Concerto for Piano

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) papers. The citations falling in the two areas are also called areas of “big hits” and “sleeping beauties” and are designated here as BH and SB areas, respectively. Anderson et al. ( 2008 ) proposed a new version of the h index, called the tapered h

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Paper , No. WP 13/263 . Cottarelli , C. – Dell’Ariccia , G. – Vladkova-Hollar , I. ( 2005 ): Early Birds, Late Risers, and Sleeping Beauties: Bank Credit Growth to the Private Sector in Central and Eastern Europe and in the Balkans . Journal of

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