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The R- and AR-indices: Complementing the h-index
The R- and AR-indices are introduced and it is proposed the pair (h, AR) as a meaningful indicator for research evaluation and a relation characterizing the h-index in the power law model is proved.
The AR-index: complementing the h-index
- Bihui Jin
- Computer Science
The AR-index is proposed as a complement of the h-index, defined as the square root of the sum of the average number of citations per year of articles included in the Hirsch core.
Evaluation of Research Performance and Scientometric Indicators in China
Chinese scientists and decision makers are, like their counterparts elsewhere in the world, highly interested in analysing the quality of their country’s academic and technological achievements.…
Chinese science citation database: Its construction and application
The important role of the Institute for Scientific Information's SCI as an international retrieval and evaluation tool is discussed and the role of Chinese Science Citation Database (CSCD) in improving the application of citation retrieval method in China is summarized.
Development of the Chinese Scientometric Indicators (CSI)
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Observations concerning the two- and three-year synchronous impact factor, based on the Chinese science citation database
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The role of ethnic ties in international collaboration: the Overseas Chinese Phenomenon 1
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China's quantitative expansion phase: exponential growth but low impact
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R-index and AR-index : complementing indicators to h-index
The age-dependent h-type AR 2 -index: Basic properties and a case study
Hirsch-type indices are studied with special attention to the AR2-index introduced by Jin. The article consists of two parts: a theoretical part and a practical illustration. In the theoretical part,…