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Bibliometric data for Vol. 8, 2014
Total number of papers published in 2014:   827
Year:   2014     2015     2016  
Total citations:   164   439   332
Averaged in time number of citations:   0,198   0,365   0,377
M index (max value of averaged in time number of citations): 0,377 in 2016

Bibliometric data for Vol. 7, 2013
Total number of papers published in 2013:   629
Year:   2013     2014     2015     2016  
Total citations:   226   416   307   240
Averaged in time number of citations:   0,359   0,510   0,503   0,473
M index (max value of averaged in time number of citations): 0,510 in 2014

Averaged citations in 2015: 0,512.

H index: 23

Detailed citation information of articles is available at the web page associated to the respective paper. The scientific indicators of Applied Mathematical Sciences have been computed on the basis of www.harzing.com/pop.htm (Harzing, A.W.) / Tarma Software Research Ltd and Google Scholar research database.

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      Academic Search Complete (USA)
      Ulrich's Periodicals Directory (USA)
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      J-Gate Portal (India)
      Socolar (P.R. China)
      Serials Solutions (USA)
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      MathGuide (Germany)
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      The Keepers Registry (UK)

 

CITATIONS AND IMPACT INDEXING


M index

M index of a journal's volume is a measure of the maximal value of averaged in time total number of citations per paper per respective volume.


Averaged citations

Averaged citations is a measure reflecting the average number of citations received per paper published in the journal during the preceding years.


H index

H index expresses the journal's number of articles (h) that have received at least h citations. It quantifies both scientific productivity and scientific impact of a journal and it is also applicable to scientists, countries, etc.


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