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  • n. The simultaneous linking to each of a group of webpages from each of another group of webpages, even though the members of the group do not link to each other; used by some search engines to establish a connection between related pages.

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  • Research fronts are clusters of highly cited papers and research front maps are diagrammatic representations of the co-citation links among the highly cited papers that comprise the cluster.

    Say Hello to TopCited.com from Scopus; One of the First Sites to Utilize Scopus API « ResourceShelf

  • LitMiner is a literature data mining tool that is based on the annotation of key terms in article abstracts followed by statistical co-citation analysis of annotated key terms in order to predict relationships.

    davidrothman.net » LitMiner

  • I bet it is exceptionally easy to put legit looking co-citation into an OMPL list and randomize it to work spam blogs up toward the top.

    Musings On Share Your OPML

  • Sometimes co-citation tools like Hub Finder and clever search queries can help you find particular competitive strategies which you can try to duplicate or at least learn from.

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  • Moving beyond the traditional method of measuring research output by publication and citation counts, the underlying model of SciVal Spotlight relies on the co-citation analysis of over 16,000 peer-reviewed journals to more accurately reflect the current structure of science.

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  • What I especially like about the report is that Gab was also using "co-citation" metric that involved constant competitors 'evaluation.

    Search Engine Journal

  • These will be found on the basis of text similarity, or through automated services harvesting co-citation, co-readership, and other shared properties.

    SEEDMAGAZINE.COM

  • This happens for a reason - co-citation process that exists on the web.

    Search Engine Roundtable

  • The model, covering virtually all of the research being published across the globe, was developed using co-citation analysis of a comprehensive database that includes 6.1 million separate papers published between 2004 and 2008, and another two million of the highly-cited references from these papers.

    DigitalKoans

  • This first step results in a structure that associates all pairs of co-cited documents with a co-citation count.

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