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Publication Specific Impact of Articles Published by Rheological Journals
The Impact Factor of a journal is a quantitative way of assessing its worth and relevance to the academic community it serves. Many librarians see the ratio between Impact Factor and price as a suitable yardstick by which to measure the value of their collections. In addition, the research assessment exercises which, in many countries, are now being carried out on a more formal basis mean that authors submitting original research must publish it in a journal with the highest perceived worthdoi:10.1515/arh-2005-0021 fatcat:ifissbvt2fas7diz3fzhbtagxu