time distribution citations
Quentin L. Burrell
quentinburrell at MANX.NET
Sat Apr 10 03:23:11 EDT 2004
The following papers of mine may be of interest:-
Stochastic modelling of the first-citation distribution.
Scientometrics, 52 (2001), 3-12.
On the nth-citation distribution and obsolescence. Scientometrics, 53
They include references to other approaches by such as Egghe, Glanzel and
Rousseau that you should see. Glanzel's data are of particular interest.
Predictive aspects of the model are developed in:-
Will this paper ever be cited? Journal of the American Society for
Information Science and Technology, 53 (2002), 232-235.
Predicting future citation behaviour. Journal of the American Society
for Information Science and Technology, 54 (2003), 372-378.
I hope this is of help. If you would like preprint versions of any of these,
please let me know.
Dr Quentin L Burrell
Isle of Man International Business School
Old Castletown Road
Isle of Man IM2 1QB
email q.burrell at ibs.ac.im
From: ASIS&T Special Interest Group on Metrics
[mailto:SIGMETRICS at LISTSERV.UTK.EDU]On Behalf Of Manuel Lopez Estornell
Sent: 06 April 2004 08:13
To: SIGMETRICS at LISTSERV.UTK.EDU
Subject: [SIGMETRICS] time distribution citations
I am currently working on time distribution of citations after the
publication of papers in scientific journals, it is, 1) the lag between
publication and first citations and
2) the average frecuency of citations (in %) during the t+1, t+2...t+n
years after the publication of papers.
Please, may you give me your opinion about this issue?.
Thank you very much in advance.
Advisor Council on S&T
Regional Government of Valencia
lopez_manest at gva.es
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