A two-dimensional bibliometric index reflecting both quality and quantity

@article{Levene2020ATB,
  title={A two-dimensional bibliometric index reflecting both quality and quantity},
  author={M. Levene and Martyn Harris and T. Fenner},
  journal={Scientometrics},
  year={2020},
  volume={123},
  pages={1235-1246}
}
We propose a two-dimensional bibliometric index that strikes a balance between quantity (as measured by the number of publications of a researcher) and quality (as measured by the number of citations to those publications). While the square of h -index is determined by the maximum area square that fits under the citation curve of an author when plotting the number of citations in decreasing order, the rec -index is determined by the maximum area rectangle that fits under the curve. In this… Expand
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