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Identifying “hot papers” and papers with “delayed recognition” in large-scale datasets by using dynamically normalized citation impact scores

“Hot papers” (HPs) are papers which received a boost of citations shortly after publication. Papers with “delayed recognition” (DRs) received scarcely impact over a long time period, before a considerable citation boost started. DRs have attracted a lot of attention in scientometrics and beyond. Based on a comprehensive dataset with more than 5,000,000 papers published between...

Sequence analysis of annually normalized citation counts: an empirical analysis based on the characteristic scores and scales (CSS) method

& Science business of Thomson Reuters. Fred Y. Ye acknowledges National Natural Science Foundation of China Grant No. 71673131 for partially financial support. Open Access This article is distributed under

An Essay on the Expenditure Distribution in American East Asian Libraries

://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/jeal - AN ESSAY ON THE EXPENDITURE DISTRIBUTION IN AMERICAN EAST ASIAN LIBRARIES Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, Fred Y. Ye China 1. Introduction 2. Methodology In his recent paper[ 1 ], Dr

Information Literacy Instruction at Zhejiang University: A Case Study

; edu/jeal - regina P entorf fred Y ye information LITERACY instruction AT ZHEJIANG university A CASE STUDY nnNuuummmbbebreeorfrooff students number of students n38 another question asked students how