"Science Citation Index"--A New Dimension in Indexing.

@article{Garfield1964ScienceCI,
  title={"Science Citation Index"--A New Dimension in Indexing.},
  author={Eugene Garfield},
  journal={Science},
  year={1964},
  volume={144 3619},
  pages={
          649-54
        }
}
ing Services Recently Bennett (47) has reiterated my earlier recommendation that an index to the abstracts in specialty journals and to abstracts prepared by the smaller abstracting services be compiled (21). Frequently these are abstracts which include criticism. As such, they constitute original publications. Every author should know of such critical abstracts of his papers. In literature searches, abstracts may serve in lieu of the original articles, particularly when the original article is… 

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