volume 54, issue 7, P593-593 2003
DOI: 10.1002/asi.10294
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Bert R. Boyce

Abstract: In this issue the editor of the special topic section on web retrieval and mining has described those papers and thus this column will concern only the three regular submissions. The first of these is by Thelwall and Harries. Given evidence that patterns of web linking between Universities can be strongly associated with research productivity, they attempt to identify reasons for this association by looking at characterization (the nature of linked to pages) and the effect of different link counting models. U…

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