• Publications
  • Influence
Which h-index? — A comparison of WoS, Scopus and Google Scholar
  • J. Bar-Ilan
  • Computer Science
  • Scientometrics
  • 1 February 2008
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This paper compares the h-indices of a list of highly-cited Israeli researchers based on citations counts retrieved from the Web of Science, Scopus and Google Scholar respectively. Expand
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Informetrics at the beginning of the 21st century - A review
  • J. Bar-Ilan
  • Political Science, Computer Science
  • J. Informetrics
  • 2008
TLDR
This paper reviews developments in informetrics between 2000 and 2006. Expand
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Non-cryptographic fault-tolerant computing in constant number of rounds of interaction
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We show how to secretly evaluate any finite function in a constant expected number of rounds, using messages of size proportional to the size of a constant-depth, unbounded-fanin circuit describing the function. Expand
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Coverage and adoption of altmetrics sources in the bibliometric community
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Altmetrics, indices based on social media platforms and tools, have recently emerged as alternative means of measuring scholarly impact. Expand
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Methods for comparing rankings of search engine results
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We present a number of measures that compare rankings of search engine results. Expand
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How to Allocate Network Centers
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This paper deals with the issue of allocating and utilizing centers in a distributed network, in its various forms. Expand
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Beyond citations: Scholars' visibility on the social Web
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We sampled 57 presenters from the 2010 Leiden STI Conference, gathering publication and citations counts as well as data from the presenters' Web "footprints." We found Web presence widespread and diverse. Expand
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Citations to the “Introduction to informetrics” indexed by WOS, Scopus and Google Scholar
  • J. Bar-Ilan
  • Computer Science
  • Scientometrics
  • 17 February 2010
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In this paper we examined these three citation databases through the citations of the book “Introduction to informetrics” by Leo Egghe and Ronald Rousseau. Expand
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A microscopic link analysis of academic institutions within a country — the case of Israel
  • J. Bar-Ilan
  • Sociology, Computer Science
  • Scientometrics
  • 15 December 2004
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A detailed analysis of the links between universities in a county is a first step toward understanding how the academic world utilizes hypertext links on the Web to interconnect. Expand
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What do we know about links and linking? A framework for studying links in academic environments
  • J. Bar-Ilan
  • Computer Science
  • Inf. Process. Manag.
  • 1 July 2005
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The Web is an enormous set of documents connected through hypertext links created by authors of Web pages. Expand
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