Measures for impact, consistency, and the h- and g-indices

Abstract

An altogether different view on the properties of a good performance measure than that given in Egghe (2012) is offered. Egghe argued that a good impact measure should reward nonconsistency; that is, the more citations over papers are unequally distributed, the higher the impact should be. Here, a quantitative proxy for consistency is offered, and it is… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/asi.23028

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