DENİZ AKSEN'S APPLICATION FOR PROMOTION

August 2012

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ANALYSIS OF CITATIONS OF JOURNAL PAPERS
(in alphabetical order)

Paper ID

Journal Title

Journal IF1 (2011)

Journal IF1
(Avg. of 5 Years)

No. of Citations
in Web of Science®

No. of Citations in Scopus®

CEJOR2010

Central European Journal of Operations Research

0.484

n/a

4

4

COR2007

Computers & Operations Research

1.720

1.984

5

6

COR2012

Computers & Operations Research

1.720

1.984

1

1

COR2014

Computers & Operations Research

1.720

1.984

0

0

EJOR2003

European Journal of Operational Research

1.815

2.277

34

39

EJOR2008a

European Journal of Operational Research

1.815

2.277

9

11

EJOR2008b

European Journal of Operational Research

1.815

2.277

19

27

IJPE2008

International Journal of Production Economics

1.760

2.384

23

33

IJPE2009

International Journal of Production Economics

1.760

2.384

5

10

JoH2013

Journal of Heuristics

1.262

1.371

0

0

JORS2007

Journal of the Operational Research Society

0.971

1.350

1

2

OL2012

Optimization Letters

0.952

0.908

0

0

TRC2011

Transportation Research
Part C: Emerging Technologies

1.957

2.284

3

4

CUMULATIVE

-

-

-

104

137


1
IF stands for Impact Factor. The impact factors of the above journals have been compiled from the web sites of the respective journals.

Journal IFs are retrieved from Journal Citation Report (JCR), a product of Thomson ISI (Institute for Scientific Information). JCR provides quantitative tools (so-called bibliometrics) for evaluating journals. The IF is one of these; it is a measure of the frequency with which the "average article" in a journal has been cited in a given period of time.  The IF for a journal is calculated based on a three-year period, and can be considered to be the average number of times published papers are cited up to two years after publication.

The computation, interpretation and use of IFs and other journal measures have been discussed on the following web pages which can be deemed trustworthy sources of online information.


[1] BIBLIOMETRICS AT ELSEVIER EDITORS: http://www.elsevier.com/wps/find/editors.editors/biblio


[2] THE THOMSON REUTERS IMPACT FACTOR: http://thomsonreuters.com/products_services/science/free/essays/impact_factor/


[3] MEASURING RESEARCH IMPACT: http://libguides.library.qut.edu.au/content.php?pid=83906&sid=623043


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