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Impact of h-index on authors ranking: An improvement to the h-index for lower-ranked author [article]

Parul Khurana, Kiran Sharma
2021 arXiv   pre-print
The results show the positive impact of h_c on the lower-ranked authors in every discipline.  ...  , and (ii) to complement the h-index, named h_c, by adding the weight of the highest cited paper to the h-index of the authors.  ...  CRediT authorship contribution statement Parul Khurana: Collected the data and performed the analysis; Prepared figures and wrote the manuscript.  ... 
arXiv:2105.08281v1 fatcat:fuigzrvcjza6jkma4odoqowlk4

Ranking Authors with Learning-to-Rank Topic Modeling

Zaihan Yang, Liangjie Hong, Dawei Yin, Brian D. Davison
2015 International Journal of Innovative Computing, Information and Control  
Moreover, the framework integrating learning-to-rank mechanism with topic modeling can help to facilitate ranking in new authors.  ...  In this paper, we focus on the ability of topic models in modeling author interests and influence.  ...  E-index [43] : the original H-index only concentrates on the set of papers an author published, each of which has at least h citations.  ... 
doi:10.24507/ijicic.11.04.1295 fatcat:2i27jfu34batbdjdgwfrafv42m

Fair ranking of researchers and research teams

Václav Vavryčuk, Christos A. Ouzounis
2018 PLoS ONE  
The main drawback of ranking of researchers by the number of papers,  ...  Obviously, research evaluation and the definition of ranking criteria have an impact on the research itself in a long-term prospect.  ...  Obviously, the more co-authors of papers, the lower contribution of these papers to ranking is received.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0195509 pmid:29621316 pmcid:PMC5886690 fatcat:mkziv53yerbalhzkdb7eanga4m

Ranking journal quality by harmonic mean of ranks: an application to ISI statistics & probability

Chia-Lin Chang, Michael McAleer
2012 Statistica neerlandica (Print)  
The paper focuses on the robustness of rankings of academic journal quality and research impact using on the widely-used Thomson Reuters ISI Web of  ...  As the preponderance of journal rankings becomes increasingly more frequent and prominent in academic decision making, such rankings in broad discipline categories is taking on an increasingly important  ...  The h-index differs from an impact factor in that the h-index measures the number of highly cited papers historically.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-9574.2012.00529.x fatcat:utd2qbhcz5efpewijxhcw7mxue

A follow‐up ranking of academic journals

Nick Bontis, Alexander Serenko
2009 Journal of Knowledge Management  
The h-index and the g-index were employed to develop a ranking list. The revealed preference method was compared to the stated preference approach, also referred to as an expert survey.  ...  A comprehensive journal ranking based on the combination of both approaches is presented.  ...  In contrast to Thomson's Journal Impact Factors, the h-index and, to a lesser degree, the g-index eliminate the effect of one highly cited publication, have an unlimited time span, and consider all papers  ... 
doi:10.1108/13673270910931134 fatcat:dqtyijd7zjf75axqsjghy2acdi

A New Ranking Scheme for the Institutional Scientific Performance [article]

S. Bilir, E. Gogus, O. Onal Tas, T. Yontan
2015 arXiv   pre-print
In both components, the scientific impacts are weighted by the contribution of authors from the evaluated institution.  ...  We discuss the implications of the new metric, and emphasize the benefits of it along with comparison to other proposed institutional performance indicators.  ...  Batista et al. (2006) proposed a measure that is interrelated to the h-index: They introduced h I which is the ratio of the square of h-index of the institutional papers to the number of authors of these  ... 
arXiv:1508.03713v1 fatcat:y5yqwlhlpjbuffx4lr6i6lczgy

Ranking by inspiration: a network science approach

Livio Bioglio, Valentina Rho, Ruggero G. Pensa
2019 Machine Learning  
We show that the inspiration score can be used as an alternative or complementary bibliographic index in academic ranking applications.  ...  In bibliographic networks, for instance, an information diffusion process takes place when some authors, that publish papers in a given topic, influence some of their neighbors (coauthors, citing authors  ...  Igor Pesando for his support in interpreting the results on the high energy physics dataset.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10994-019-05828-9 fatcat:ihpsmo3hdfh5phl63cxjsjr5ku

Score-based bibliometric rankings of authors

Thierry Marchant
2009 Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
Scoring rules (or score-based rankings or summation-based rankings) form a family of bibliometric rankings of authors such that authors are ranked according to the sum over all their publications of some  ...  Many of these rankings are widely used (e.g., number of publications, weighted or not by the impact factor, by the number of authors or by the number of citations,).  ...  In particular, I wish to thank Denis Bouyssou and Bernard Roy for a number of useful comments and suggestions.  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.21059 fatcat:huvz23vlzvfdloflnoy3qybcey

Better Metrics for Ranking SE Researchers [article]

George Mathew, Tim Menzies
2018 arXiv   pre-print
Based on that analysis, we: deprecate the widely used "h-index", favoring instead an alternate Weighted Page Rank(PR_W) metric that is somewhat analogous to the PageRank(PR) metric developed at Google.  ...  Unlike the h-index, PR_W rewards not just citation counts but also how often authors collaborate. Using PR_W, we offer a ranking of the top 20 SE authors in the last decade.  ...  For example, since h index of an author considers only the number of citations of her article, it does not account for the prior work based on which the article is developed.  ... 
arXiv:1805.12124v1 fatcat:3ocphlvlk5h2vcigtcst43nexm

A new ranking scheme for the institutional scientific performance

Selçuk Bilir, Ersin Gögüs, ÖzgecanÖnal Taş, Talar Yontan
2015 Journal of Scientometric Research  
In both components, the scientific impacts are weighted by the contribution of authors from the evaluated institution.  ...  We discuss the implications of the new metric, and emphasize the benefits of it along with a comparison to other proposed institutional performance indicators.  ...  While computing the IPS, one can also quantify the average author contribution of institutes that can be interpreted as a measure of openness/tendency for collaboration.  ... 
doi:10.4103/2320-0057.167254 fatcat:j36ztgfohzgtzbz6zsklqv2hkm

Aggregating productivity indices for ranking researchers across multiple areas

Harlley Lima, Thiago H.P. Silva, Mirella M. Moro, Rodrygo L.T. Santos, Wagner Meira, Alberto H.F. Laender
2013 Proceedings of the 13th ACM/IEEE-CS joint conference on Digital libraries - JCDL '13  
In this paper, we argue that productivity indices should account for the singularities of the publication patterns of different research areas, in order to produce an unbiased assessment of the impact  ...  Our approach is generic and produces crossarea versions of any global productivity index, such as the volume of publications, citation count and even the h-index.  ...  The authors would like to thank Thiago C. M. Salles and Itamar S. V.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2467696.2467715 dblp:conf/jcdl/LimaSMSML13 fatcat:6ij6z74an5corcvcvlluo5dgyq

An axiomatic approach to bibliometric rankings and indices

Denis Bouyssou, Thierry Marchant
2014 Journal of Informetrics  
The bibliometric indices that are studied include classic ones such as the number of highly cited papers as well as more recent ones such as the h-index and the g-index.  ...  We concentrate on indices aiming at capturing the global impact of a scientific output and do not investigate indices aiming at capturing an average impact.  ...  We refer to Schreiber (2013b) for an empirical study of the impact varying ⌧ for f ⌧ and the impact of the use of the variants of the variants of the h-index suggested in van Eck and Waltman (2008)  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.joi.2014.03.001 fatcat:4pmpuwrnwndwzpilulltsg56t4

Topic-based heterogeneous rank

Tehmina Amjad, Ying Ding, Ali Daud, Jian Xu, Vincent Malic
2015 Scientometrics  
TH Rank calculates topic-dependent ranks for authors by considering the combined impact of the multiple factors which contribute to an author's level of prestige.  ...  Topic-based ranking of authors, papers and journals can serve as a vital tool for identifying authorities of a given topic within a particular domain.  ...  TH Rank measures the prestige of an article by measuring the impact of the articles, authors, and journals that cite it.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11192-015-1601-y fatcat:32e2irzsbbfqpb726jsl4ohw2e

Improve the Ranking of Arab Universities in the World Universities Rankings

Marwan Abdul Hameed Ashour
2019 American Journal of Environmental and Resource Economics  
The race to compete in the world rankings of universities is one of the most important priorities of scientific universities in recent times.  ...  The number of published world research and the number of quotations compared to the number of academics affect significantly and directly on the degree and rank of Arab universities when compared to world  ...  The null hypothesis is accepted which is expressed as H : μ = μ And the alternative hypothesis is rejected, which is expressed as H : μ ≠ μ Which is called a two-part test and the test is one-sided lower  ... 
doi:10.11648/j.ajere.20190403.14 fatcat:lboqb4uia5hd5lxvzdn45562iq

Ranking of Colombian scientific journals: Engineering case

Andres Pavas
2015 Ingeniería e Investigación  
Google Scholar has publicly provided the h-index, based on the last five years, and the median of the h-index for the same period.  ...  There are different indicators to rank journals, such as: h-index, Journal Citation Report -JCR of Thomson Reuters, SciMago Journal Ranking -SJR of Scopus, SciELO Citation Index, etc.  ... 
doi:10.15446/ing.investig.v35n3.54609 fatcat:knhqftem2neo7njv4qsol32tve
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