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of the article represented by record. The Norwegian list is updated one time per year, and we used the 2011 list. The citation data from bdbKI includes citation frequency (self-citations included), field reference value(s), field normalized

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journals most cited in 1994. Garfield ( 1972a ) stated the conclusion he drew from such findings thus: …Citation frequency of a journal is thus a function not only of the scientific significance of the material it publishes (as reflected by citation) but

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Authors: Yuan Wang, Ruimin Ma, Tianhao Tang, Xia Liu, Ping Xie, Jianxin Wang, Jianxiang Liu, Haideng Zhou, and Siwei Zhang

in evaluation set “C”, the author retrieves total citations of papers on Bridge Engineering of each university from SCI database since 2000. The citation frequency can reflect the influence of institutions. The high-quality papers can be retrieved

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in the European Union (EU) and their citation frequencies are significantly lower than these in the United States (see Albarrán et al. 2010 ). Overall, the picture that was described and bibliometrically forecasted for the Anglo-American and

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Authors: Gregorio González-Alcaide, Juan Carlos Valderrama-Zurián, and Rafael Aleixandre-Benavent

(Poomkottayil et al. 2011 ). This association, which indicates that publication in English favours the citation frequency and the Impact Factor, has also been found by other authors such as Winkmann and cols. ( 2002 ). However, other works have shown

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high citation frequencies of authors such as Barthez, Foucault, Derrida, Kristeva and Bourdieu. ‘Theory’ was also used to make “…legitimate the transition of ‘soft’ disciplines from being descriptive enterprises to more theoretical ones” (Lamont

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SB awakening and must have prompted the authors of subsequent related works to refer to the SB. The strength of co-citations was determined by the frequency with which the SB–PR pair is cited together in the reference; articles with co-citation

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. Pasterkamp , G , Rotmans , J D De Kleijn Borst , C 2007 Citation frequency: A biased measure of research impact significantly influenced by the geographical origin of research articles . Scientometrics 70 : 153 – 165 10.1007/s11192

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.1086/261927 . Leimu , R , Koricheva , J 2005 What determines the citation frequency of ecological papers? . Trends in Ecology & Evolution 20 1 28 – 32 10.1016/j.tree.2004.10.010 . Merton , RK 1968

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co-citations between the two documents divided by the square root of the product of their citation frequencies (Small 2006 ). The co-citation network was simplified by excluding links with weight below two and normalized co-citation below 0

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