Michael S. Rosenberg’s Laboratory

Computational Evolutionary Biology & Bioinformatics

E-mail: msr@asu.edu
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weighted citation H-cut (fractional)

The fractional weighted citation H-cut is the sum of weighted citations found within an author's core publications, with the core defined by the normalized hi-index and the citation weighting using the scheme from the fractional weighted citation aggregate:

$$\xi_e=\sum\limits_{i=i}^{h_{i\text{-norm}}}{\frac{C_i}{A_i}}.$$

Note that for this metric publication order is by the weighted citation counts rather than the raw citation counts.

Example

Publications are ordered by adjusted number of citations, from highest to lowest.

Citations (Ci)42369111492213211000
Authors (Ai)3312341114424421
Adjusted Citations (Ci/Ai)14.0012.009.005.504.672.252.002.001.000.750.500.500.250.000.000.00
Rank (i)12345678910111213141516
hi-norm = 4

The sum of the adjusted citations for the top hi-norm publications is 40.5.

History

Yearξe
19970.0000
19982.0000
19999.0000
200018.0000
200140.5000
200277.5000
2003120.8333
2004184.6667
2005275.0000
2006393.9762
2007523.9048
2008662.3571
2009865.2143
20101082.2222
20111225.8968
20121393.1984
20131572.8571
20141760.0000
20151912.2143
20162089.2143
20172206.6587

References