An axiomatic analysis of Egghe’s g-index
AbstractThe g-index is a well-known index for measuring and comparing the output of scientific researchers, which has been introduced by Leo Egghe in 2006 as an improvement of the Hirsch-index. This article gives an axiomatic characterization of the g-index in terms of three natural axioms.
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Volume (Year): 2 (2008)
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Scientific impact measures; Citation analysis; Axiomatization;
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