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Title: Growth and citation selection rates in rapidly growing sciences from date stacking and bibliographic databases
Authors: Hall, D.H.
Issue Date: 1990
Publisher: Elsevier
Citation: Egghe, L. & Rousseau, R. (Ed.) Informetrics 89/90, Belgium : Diepenbeek, p. 163-192
Abstract: Growth of literature in a field was taken as an indicator of the growth of the field as a whole. Stacked citation dataatid the yearly accumulation of literature were found for 3 fields i n the geosciences : Geology and Geophysics of Mars (1962-1985), Magnetic Stratigraphy (1957-1977) and early Seismology (1600-1750). The yearly accumulation for the first two fields was found from a computerized bibliographic database (GEOREF). That for early Seismology was found from a published bibliography. Phases of logistic growth and of exponential growth as well as several periods of constant rate of selection of citations were found.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1942/860
ISSN: 0-444-88460-2
Type: Proceedings Paper
Appears in Collections: Proceedings 1st International Conference on Bibliometrics and Theorectical Aspects of Information Retrieval - 1989

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