Co-Authorship and Bibliographic Coupling Network Effects on Citations

@inproceedings{Biscaro2014CoAuthorshipAB,
  title={Co-Authorship and Bibliographic Coupling Network Effects on Citations},
  author={Claudio Biscaro and Carlo Giupponi},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2014}
}
This paper analyzes the effects of the co-authorship and bibliographic coupling networks on the citations received by scientific articles. It expands prior research that limited its focus on the position of co-authors and incorporates the effects of the use of knowledge sources within articles: references. By creating a network on the basis of shared references, we propose a way to understand whether an article bridges among extant strands of literature and infer the size of its research… CONTINUE READING

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