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features of citations of publication output of Polish scientists in terms of their citability from the concept of citation acceleration a = L / t 2 = π( R / t ) 2 ( t is publication duration of a scientist), and (4) to discuss the influence of

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, is related to the square-root of the ratio of citation acceleration a to the Hirsch constant A . The citation acceleration a and the Hirsch constant A are related to the total number of citations L given by Eqs. 2 and 1 , respectively. We

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α ( t ) and v ( t ) on t , the citation acceleration a is negative for q = 1 but it is positive for q > 1 in the entire range of t . In both cases however, a approaches zero at sufficiently long citation durations t . Moreover, in the

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