A multidimensional framework for characterizing the citation impact of scientific publications

@article{Bu2019AMF,
  title={A multidimensional framework for characterizing the citation impact of scientific publications},
  author={Yi Bu and L. Waltman and Y. Huang},
  journal={Quantitative Science Studies},
  year={2019},
  pages={1-29}
}
The citation impact of a scientific publication is usually seen as a one-dimensional concept. We introduce a multidimensional framework for characterizing the citation impact of a publication. In addition to the level of citation impact, quantified by the number of citations received by a publication, we also conceptualize and operationalize the depth and breadth and the dependence and independence of the citation impact of a publication. The proposed framework distinguishes between… Expand
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