Science models for search: a study on combining scholarly information retrieval and scientometrics

@article{Mutschke2014ScienceMF,
  title={Science models for search: a study on combining scholarly information retrieval and scientometrics},
  author={Peter Mutschke and Philipp Mayr},
  journal={Scientometrics},
  year={2014},
  volume={102},
  pages={2323-2345}
}
Models of science address statistical properties and mechanisms of science. From the perspective of scholarly information retrieval (IR) science models may provide some potential to improve retrieval quality when operationalized as specific search strategies or used for rankings. From the science modeling perspective, on the other hand, scholarly IR can play the role of a validation model of science models. The paper studies the applicability and usefulness of two particular science models for… CONTINUE READING
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