h-index aims to provide a robust single-number metric of an academic's impact, combining quality with quantity.
h = number of papers with citation number higher or equal to h. Ex : a scientist with an h-index of 25 has published 25 articles that have each attracted at least 25 citations.
1963 - 2013
Last updated : May 12, 2010
Authors publishing since more than 20 years : first paper in or before 1993.
Authors publishing since 10 to 20 years : first paper between 1994 and 2003.
Authors publishing since 5 to 10 years : first paper between 2004 and 2008.
Authors publishing since less than 5 years : first paper in or after 2009.
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