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Informatics The record of an article, book, or other report in a bibliographic database that includes summary descriptive information–eg, authors, title, abstract, source and indexing terms. See Report.
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Outstanding individual and group achievements in various artistic and technical aspects of play, musical and dance productions and performances are honored based on quarterly citations deliberated by the members of the jury, who are required to watch all productions of Philstage member-companies for the entire year.
A total of 1,360 SCI citations were retrieved from the WoS cited reference search and, as shown in Table 1, 1,250 (91.
The number of citations may be a reliable estimate of the intellectual impact of a publication.
The first thing to do is read the citation in its entirety.
Most academic databases have citation export functions, and the majority will display citations directly with several style options.
Verma and Murthy (1971) (1) analysed the citations in the fields of Political Science and Economics.
When he traced the citations beyond the usual 3 decades to 1961, he found a paper published in the Lancet by a researcher named Jacques Miller.
Based on the considerations above, it is not difficult to show that h-spectrum can be a reliable tool for evaluating a journal at the very moment of the publication, and is related to the reputation of one journal's authors, whereas ISI-IF is related to the citations effectively accumulated by one journal's articles.
If there are three (or more) authors, all three authors are cited the first time: (Barr, Mitchell, & Siegle, 2015); for all subsequent citations of this reference, the parenthetical citation is shortened to: (Barr et al.
If approved, the city manager will appoint a hearing officer or officers to hear the contested citations and issue a decision.