A modification to Hirsch index allowing comparisons across different scientific fields

03/16/2017
by   Jiri Mazurek, et al.
0

The aim of this paper is to propose a simple modification to the original measure, the relative Hirsch index, which assigns each researcher a value between 0 (the bottom) and 1 (the top), expressing his/her distance to the top in a given field. By this normalization scholars from different scientific disciplines can be compared.

READ FULL TEXT

Authors

page 1

page 2

page 3

page 4

03/15/2019

The CI-index: a new index to characterize the scientific output of researchers

We propose a simple new index, named the CI-index, based on the Choquet ...
07/12/2021

Measuring scientific output of researchers by t-index and Data Envelopment Analysis

There is a growing need for ranking universities, departments, research ...
10/01/2020

The h-index and the Harmonic Mean

The Harmonic Mean between the number of papers and the citation number p...
12/20/2018

A new bibliometric approach to assess the scientific specialization of regions

The objective of the current work is to identify the territorial scienti...
04/22/2021

Combining dissimilarity measure for the study of evolution in scientific fields

The evolution of scientific fields has been attracting much attention in...
05/15/2021

Disagreement Concerning Effect-Measure Modification

Stratifying factors, like age and gender, can modify the effect of treat...
This week in AI

Get the week's most popular data science and artificial intelligence research sent straight to your inbox every Saturday.