Scientific collaboration in China as reflected in co-authorship

@article{Wang2005ScientificCI,
  title={Scientific collaboration in China as reflected in co-authorship},
  author={Yan Wang and Yishan Wu and Yuntao Pan and Zheng Ma and Ronald Rousseau},
  journal={Scientometrics},
  year={2005},
  volume={62},
  pages={183-198}
}
A chronically weak area in research papers, reports, and reviews is the complete identification of background documents that formed the building blocks for these papers. A method for systematically determining these seminal references is presented. Citation-Assisted Background (CAB) is based on the assumption that seminal documents tend to be highly cited. CAB is being applied presently to three applications studies, and the results so far are much superior to those used by the first author for… CONTINUE READING

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