Indicators in a research institute: A multi-level classification of scientific journals

@article{Bassecoulard1999IndicatorsIA,
  title={Indicators in a research institute: A multi-level classification of scientific journals},
  author={Elise Bassecoulard and Michel Zitt},
  journal={Scientometrics},
  year={1999},
  volume={44},
  pages={323-345}
}
Indicators in a research Institute ought to be readable at several decision levels, and particularly with different break-downs of the publication set chosen as reference. Citation transactions between journals have been widely used to structure scientific subfields in ISI databases. We tried a seed-free structuration of SCI/CMCI journals (a) to test convergence of pure citation-built specialties (roughly 150) on SCI/CMCI journals with existing classifications at the subfield level (b) to… CONTINUE READING

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