Citations versus limitations of citations: beyond Hirsch index

@article{Randic2008CitationsVL,
  title={Citations versus limitations of citations: beyond Hirsch index},
  author={Milan Randic},
  journal={Scientometrics},
  year={2008},
  volume={80},
  pages={809-818}
}
It appears popular, particularly among science administrators, to use citations and various citation measures for ranking scientists, as if such exercises would reflect the scientific potential of the persons considered. In recent time the Hirsch index h in particular has obtained visibility in this respect in view of its simplicity. We consider a possible extension of the concept of selective citations, which in fact is innate to the h index, and propose a simple generalization, indices H and… CONTINUE READING

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