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1Subelj, L. ; Fiala, D.: Publication boost in web of science journals and its effect on citation distributions.
In: Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology. 68(2017) no.4, S.1018-1023.
Abstract: In this article, we show that the dramatic increase in the number of research articles indexed in the Web of Science database impacts the commonly observed distributions of citations within these articles. First, we document that the growing number of physics articles in recent years is attributed to existing journals publishing more and more articles rather than more new journals coming into being as it happens in computer science. Second, even though the references from the more recent articles generally cover a longer time span, the newer articles are cited more frequently than the older ones if the uneven article growth is not corrected for. Nevertheless, despite this change in the distribution of citations, the citation behavior of scientists does not seem to have changed.
Inhalt: Vgl.: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/asi.23718/full.
Objekt: Web of science
2Fiala, D.: Current index : a proposal for a dynamic rating system for researchers.
In: Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology. 65(2014) no.4, S.850-855.
Abstract: An index is proposed that is based on the h-index and a 3-year publication/citation window. When updated regularly, it shows the current scientific performance of researchers rather than their lifetime achievement as indicated by common scientometric indicators. In this respect, the new rating scheme resembles established sports ratings such as in chess or tennis. By the example of ACM SIGMOD E.F. Codd Innovations Award winners and Priestley Medal recipients, we illustrate how the new rating can be represented by a single number and visualized.
3Fiala, D.: Bibliometric analysis of CiteSeer data for countries.
In: Information processing and management. 48(2012) no.2, S.242-253.
Abstract: This article describes the results of our analysis of the data from the CiteSeer digital library. First, we examined the data from the point of view of source top-level Internet domains from which the data were collected. Second, we measured country shares in publications indexed by CiteSeer and compared them to those based on mainstream bibliographic data from the Web of Science and Scopus. And third, we concentrated on analyzing publications and their citations aggregated by countries. This way, we generated rankings of the most influential countries in computer science using several non-recursive as well as recursive methods such as citation counts or PageRank. We conclude that even if East Asian countries are underrepresented in CiteSeer, its data may well be used along with other conventional bibliographic databases for comparing the computer science research productivity and performance of countries.
Inhalt: Vgl.: doi:10.1016/j.ipm.2011.10.001.