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Learning to cite framework: How to automatically construct citations for hierarchical data

Gianmaria Silvello
2017 Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology  
", pre-print paper, to appear in JASIST, John Wiley and Sons, Inc., June 2016 -2 - [ Vernooy-Gerritsen, 2009; Bardi and Manghi, 2015] ; the role of data journals [Candela et al., 2015] ; and, how to give  ...  the complexity of the dataset, know how data should be cited in a specific context, and select relevant information to form a complete and correct citation.  ...  Last, but not least, I would like to thank the anonymous reviewers who kindly contributed to improve this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.23774 fatcat:aehsjjaj2vbhtdbkd7odwel6vu

Creativity in Science and the Link to Cited References: Is the Creative Potential of Papers Reflected in their Cited References? [article]

Iman Tahamtan, Lutz Bornmann
2018 arXiv   pre-print
The roots of the studied landmark papers are discussed in detail.  ...  Study subjects were the corresponding authors of these papers. We asked them where the ideas for the papers came from and which role the cited publications played.  ...  Best regards, Wolfgang The second CSS source paper Glänzel, W., Schubert, A., Characteristic Scores and Scales in assessing citation impact. Journal of Information Science, 14 (2), 1988, 123-127.  ... 
arXiv:1806.00224v2 fatcat:rsc7lhe3hfaexhotpumdn4lsoi

How scholars implement trust in their reading, citing and publishing activities: Geographical differences

Hamid R. Jamali, David Nicholas, Anthony Watkinson, Eti Herman, Carol Tenopir, Kenneth Levine, Suzie Allard, Lisa Christian, Rachel Volentine, Reid Boehm, Frances Nichols
2014 Library & Information Science Research  
In an increasingly digital environment, many factors influence how academic researchers decide what to read, what to cite, where to publish their work, and how they assign trust when making these decisions  ...  This study focuses on how this differs according to the geographical location of the researcher, specifically in terms of the country's level of development.  ...  She is interested in how users interact with and use information from online resources and how to best meet their needs.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.lisr.2014.08.002 fatcat:trxyvtgourbbvepujffxaigisa

Weighted citation: An indicator of an article's prestige [article]

Erjia Yan, Ying Ding (School of Library and Information Science, Indiana University, Bloomington, USA)
2010 arXiv   pre-print
The technique allocates a different weight to each reference by taking into account the impact of citing journals and citation time intervals.  ...  We compare the value variances for popularity and prestige for articles published in the Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology from 1998 to 2007, and find that the majority  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank Blaise Cronin for his insightful comments on an earlier draft of this paper.  ... 
arXiv:1012.4876v1 fatcat:iz22cxjdfnfvhjy24znagqpfha

The Power-weakness Ratios (PWR) as a Journal Indicator: Testing the "Tournaments" Metaphor in Citation Impact Studies

Loet Leydesdorff, Loet Leydesdorff, Wouter de Nooy & Lutz Bornmann, Wouter de Nooy & Lutz Bornmann
2016 Journal of Data and Information Science  
We show how such a newly proposed indicator can empirically be tested.  ...  Purpose: Ramanujacharyulu developed the Power-weakness Ratio (PWR) for scoring tournaments. The PWR algorithm has been advocated (and used) for measuring the impact of journals.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors acknowledge Gangan Prathap for discussing the PWR method with us in detail. We are grateful to Thomson Reuters for providing the data of the Journal Citation Reports.  ... 
doi:10.20309/jdis.201617 fatcat:4jovjxmko5evrj2bzps3xmefve

Citation searching

Péter Jacsó
2004 Online information review (Print)  
This article discusses the advantages and limitations of searching by cited references, and also some alternatives in searching for cited references, before presenting a case study involving citation searching  ...  Alternatives in searching for cited references The search options are primarily determined by: . how the cited references were entered in the master record; . how the entries in cited reference index entries  ...  This score indicates, for each item in the result list, how many times that article, conference paper or report was cited by documents covered in Scopus.  ... 
doi:10.1108/14684520410570580 fatcat:77spnic7tfb5hjs42drrxwyxgm

Weighted citation: An indicator of an article's prestige

Erjia Yan, Ying Ding
2010 Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
The technique allocates a different weight to each reference by taking into account the impact of citing journals and citation time intervals.  ...  We compare the value variances for popularity and prestige for articles published in the Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology from 1998 to 2007, and find that the majority  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank Blaise Cronin for his insightful comments on an earlier draft of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.21349 fatcat:orfatkqqnrhgrkunwdjeeo2pty

How quickly do publications get read? The evolution of mendeley reader counts for new articles

Nabeil Maflahi, Mike Thelwall
2017 Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology  
Unsurprisingly given the likelihood of publication delays for the citing papers, the average number of Mendeley readers is many times higher than the number of Scopus citations for all six journals (see  ...  Figure 7 for JASIST; others are available in the online supplement to this article).  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.23909 fatcat:apmb3hbg5jdpvpagrlbas5lljq

Conceptualizing information, technology, and people: Comparing information science and information systems literatures

Steve Sawyer, Haiyan Huang
2007 Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
Through this paper we highlight that there are discernibly different patterns among conceptualizations of information, technology and people across information systems and information science literatures  ...  We do this to clarify the differences in these two areas of scholarship and to further encourage the substantial overlap possible, but not yet engaged, in the research pursued in these areas.  ...  We further note that our findings can be seen best as reflecting patterns and acknowledge that there are many papers in both literatures that do not reflect the tendencies we are focusing on in this discussion  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.20621 fatcat:zpaotxchcna7vngkikkksxbs4a

Popularity or Prestige?: The Case of JASIST Rank

Müge Akbulut, Sümeyye Akça
2018 Journal of Scientometric Research  
Our findings show that rankings in which prestige value is taken into account are more appropriate for the nature of the articles published in the JASIST.  ...  We defined the number of citations as reflecting an article's "popularity," and the relative status of the journal in which the article was cited as "prestige."  ...  In addition, the quality of journals in which scientific papers are published is a critical factor in university rankings.  ... 
doi:10.5530/jscires.6.3.21 fatcat:z6fmca324vclfkua7lxrvc35x4

An Examination of Citation Counts in a New Scholarly Communication Environment

Kathleen Bauer, Nisa Bakkalbasi
2005 D-Lib Magazine  
Older material from JASIST (the proxy is the 1985 data set) appears to be best covered in Web of Science, although this could not be confirmed statistically due to the small size of our data set.  ...  Citation analysis allows a researcher to follow the development and impact of an article through time by looking backward at the references the author cites, and forward to those authors who then cite  ... 
doi:10.1045/september2005-bauer fatcat:pyx4ycw2ubfq5mmf6ddihd55ya

Functions of Uni- and Multi-citations: Implications for Weighted Citation Analysis

Dangzhi Zhao, Alicia Cappello, Lucinda Johnston
2017 Journal of Data and Information Science  
Purpose (1) To test basic assumptions underlying frequency-weighted citation analysis: (a) Uni-citations correspond to citations that are nonessential to the citing papers; (b) The influence of a cited  ...  paper on the citing paper increases with the frequency with which it is cited in the citing paper. (2) To explore the degree to which citation location may be used to help identify nonessential citations  ...  Cappello (cappello@ualberta. ca) coded functions and locations of in-text citations, produced the tables and charts included in the paper, wrote part of the methodology section, edited the manuscript,  ... 
doi:10.1515/jdis-2017-0003 fatcat:qd5jnkcwjzhspfta2epy5kl7j4

Group-Based Trajectory Modeling of Citations in Scholarly Literature: Dynamic Qualities of "Transient" and "Sticky Knowledge Claims" [article]

Susanne Baumgartner, Loet Leydesdorff
2013 arXiv   pre-print
the levels of aggregated citations (that are field-specific).  ...  Although GBTM has proved a useful method for investigating differences among citation trajectories, the methodology does not enable us to define a percentage of highly-cited papers inductively across different  ...  Four papers (5.1%) are most frequently cited in this model; not surprisingly, these were also the most highly cited papers in the set of 79, with cumulative citation rates ranging from 78 to 132.  ... 
arXiv:1303.4366v2 fatcat:kgippq72zzapphcfjepc55yibq

Quantifying Scholarly Impact:IQp Versus the Hirschh

John Antonakis, Rafael Lalive
2008 Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
The IQp also correlates better with expert ratings of greatness than does the h index.  ...  We propose the scholarly Index of Quality and Productivity (IQp) as an alternative to h.  ...  counts how many times a paper cited an author irrespective of whether the paper has cited more than one of an author's papers).  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.20802 fatcat:tb6rlofunzetnhmuq22fotag3u

A new methodology for constructing a publication-level classification system of science

Ludo Waltman, Nees Jan van Eck
2012 Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
Classification usually takes place at the level of journals, where the Web of Science subject categories are the most popular classification system.  ...  Important strengths are the transparency and relative simplicity of the methodology and its fairly modest computing and memory requirements.  ...  Acknowledgment We would like to thank Ed Noyons for his feedback on the classification system that we have produced.  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.22748 fatcat:anlzq5rqn5azdiinrytfstazfy
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