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A Characterization Theorem Based on Truncated Moments and its Application to Some Distribution Families
A new representation theorem for distributions of real-valued random variables is presented. The theorem is based on a relationship between different truncated moments of the same random variable. AsExpand
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National characteristics in international scientific co-authorship relations
  • W. Glänzel
  • Political Science, Computer Science
  • Scientometrics
  • 2004
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The main objective of this study is the elaboration of national characteristics in internationalscientific co-authorship relations. Expand
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Analysing Scientific Networks Through Co-Authorship
Co-authorship is one of the most tangible and well documented forms of scientific collaboration. Almost every aspect of scientific collaboration networks can be reliably tracked by analysingExpand
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A Hirsch-type index for journals
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We suggest that a h-type index - equal to h if you have published h papers, each of which has at least h citations - would be a useful supplement to journal impact factors. Expand
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Journal impact measures in bibliometric research
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The Impact Factor introduced by Eugene Garfield and regularly published in the annual updates of the Journal Citation Reports (JCR) is a fundamental citation-based measure for significance and performance of scientific journals. Expand
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On the h-index - A mathematical approach to a new measure of publication activity and citation impact
  • W. Glänzel
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • Scientometrics
  • 26 July 2006
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L'index-h, fonde sur le nombre de citations recues, mesure l'activite de publication et l'impact en citations. Expand
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Coauthorship Patterns and Trends in the Sciences (1980-1998): A Bibliometric Study With Implications for Database Indexing and Search Strategies
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The present study aims at describing both the common and the distinguishing features of coauthorship trends and patterns in selected science fields. Expand
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Handbook of Quantitative Science and Technology Research: The Use of Publication and Patent Statistics in Studies of S&T Systems
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After a review of developments in the quantitative study of science, particularly since the early 1970s, I focus on two current main lines of ‘measuring science’ based on bibliometric analysis and the mapping of scientific fields . Expand
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A new classification scheme of science fields and subfields designed for scientometric evaluation purposes
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A two-level hierarchic system of fields and subfields of the sciences, social sciences and arts and humanities is proposed. Expand
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