The `indexed' theorem

Octavio, Alfredo
September 1996
Mathematical Intelligencer;Fall96, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p9
Academic Journal
Opinion. Comments on the Science Citation Index, a CD-ROM used to evaluate a scientist's research by looking at the citations the scientist has gotten in the previous years. Flaws in the evaluation method; Cost of the CD-ROM; Number of journals listed in the CD-ROM.


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