Measuring the quality of publications: new methodology and case study

@article{Kleijnen2000MeasuringTQ,
  title={Measuring the quality of publications: new methodology and case study},
  author={Jack P. C. Kleijnen and Willem J. H. Van Groenendaal},
  journal={Inf. Process. Manage.},
  year={2000},
  volume={36},
  pages={551-570}
}
In practice, it is important to evaluate the quality of research, in order to make decisions on tenure, funding, and so on. This article develops a methodology using citations to measure the quality of journals, proceedings, and book publishers. (Citations are also used by the Science and Social Science Citation Indexes, published by the Institute for Scientific Information (ISI), but these Indexes do not cover proceedings, books, and certain journals.) The novel methodology uses statistical… CONTINUE READING

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