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h指数研究参考文献

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h指数研究外文参考文献
 
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h指数是论文影响力的一个测评参数,其简介可参见博文:什么是学者的h指数?如何计算?(点击进入)
 
下面是我所能查询到的已刊出的341篇h指数研究外文论文(截止于09年4月8日,以后会再更新)。排序按论文出版年(但并非严格的刊出时间顺序)。其中除了关于h指数本身的研究,还有一些是评述,或研究其它对象时用到了h指数。
 
若有需要其中某篇论文而暂时无法下载,可与我联系。除了部分会议论文外,绝大部分期刊论文应都能代为下载全文。
文后附有本文PDF格式供下载。
之前任胜利老师和刘玉仙老师也都曾在科学网讨论过h指数研究的参考文献。链接如下:
 
h指数研究外文参考文献:
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