An index to quantify an individual's scientific research valid across disciplines

@article{Batista2005AnIT,
  title={An index to quantify an individual's scientific research valid across disciplines},
  author={Pablo Diniz Batista and M{\^o}nica G. Campiteli and Osame Kinouchi and Alexandre Souto Martinez},
  journal={Scientometrics},
  year={2005}
}
The number h of papers with at least h citations has been proposed to evaluate individual's scientific research production. This index is robust in several ways but yet strongly dependent on the research field. We propose a complementary index hI = h^2/N_t, with N_t being the total number of authors in the considered h papers. A researcher with index hI has hI papers with at least hI citation if he/she had published alone. We have obtained the rank plots of h and hI for four Brazilian… 
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