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citation

1. Law
a. an official summons to appear in court
b. the document containing such a summons
2. Law the quoting of decided cases to serve as guidance to a court

Citation

famous horse in history of thoroughbred racing. [Am. Hist.: NCE, 1273]
See: Horse
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Many survey rankings and peer recommendations rely very heavily on the perception that a high citation metric--the Journal Impact Factor (JIF)--is the best way to generate an initial list for ranking.
The simple counting citation methods and Bradford's Law was applied to find out the core journals in the field of Economics.
The Harman Kardon Citation 500 will be showcased for the first time at IFA 2018 in Berlin and it will be available to pre-order in Europe by the end of September, according to (https://www.theverge.com/circuitbreaker/2018/8/27/17786482/harman-kardon-google-assistant-speaker-citation-500) The Verge.
The Publish or Perish Book [electronic resource]: Your Guide to Effective and Responsible Citation Analysis.
Regarding the first inquiry, the drafters of the OSH Act specifically used the term "repeatedly" rather than "repeated," which implies that a repeat citation would be based on multiple prior violations.
The citation rate should be improved by the inclusion of Dialogue in indexing databases of international repute.
Because proper documentation is an important part of information literacy, and because librarians are in a unique position to observe and to collaborate with academic units across campus, librarians have a role to play in addressing the inconsistencies in citation instruction.
The introductory paragraph instructs that legal authorities should be spelled out in full unless they are used as a stand-alone citation, (3) and the rule recognizes a small number of accepted abbreviations that should be used in citations, (4) recommends the use of pinpoint cites (they are not required, but are preferred because they are very helpful to the reader), (5) and directs that case names be underlined or italicized.
Participants learned about creating Google Scholar personal profile with citation metrics, customizing it.
Topic sensitive weighted citation means that weighted citations are assigned to authors of a paper according to their topic relatedness.