Systems and Means of Informatics

2019, Volume 29, Issue 3, pp 66-76


  • I. V. Galina
  • M. M. Charnine


A new indicator of the quality of a scientific article - the science contextual citation index (SCCI) and the relationship between the SCCI and the science citation index (SCI) with another author's indicator - a similarity measure (a semantic similarity measure) of two arbitrary texts are considered.
The results of experiments with these parameters are given, in particular, the correlation between SCCI and SCI, which depends on the value of the semantic similarity threshold, is studied. Based on modeling the values of independent variables and their regression coefficients, a predictive mathematical probability model is proposed for the dependence of the number of direct citations on the number of implicit references and their parameters.

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