Author name disambiguation: What difference does it make in author-based citation analysis?

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In this paper, we explore how strongly author name disambiguation (AND) affects the results of an author-based citation analysis study, and identify conditions under which the commonly used simplified approach of using surnames and first initials may suffice in practice. We compare author citation ranking and co-citation mapping results in the stem cell… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/asi.22695

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@article{Strotmann2012AuthorND, title={Author name disambiguation: What difference does it make in author-based citation analysis?}, author={Andreas Strotmann and Dangzhi Zhao}, journal={JASIST}, year={2012}, volume={63}, pages={1820-1833} }