Show simple item record Ballard, Stephanie en Henry, Marcia en 2018-05-29T21:52:01Z 2018-05-29T21:52:01Z 2006-10 en
dc.identifier.citation Searcher 14(9), 24-33. (2006) en
dc.identifier.issn 1070-4795 en
dc.identifier.other en
dc.identifier.uri en
dc.description.abstract Along with expanding interest in citation searching has come an attendant body of literature about new tools and techniques. For the purposes of this article, citation searching will refer to the searching of both backward-in-time cited references and forward-in-time citing references. Cited references appear in the bibliographies of target documents as footnotes, endnotes, or a reference list, detailing content on which the authors have relied in the development of their articles. Cited references are always retrospective in nature, pointing to documents published in the past. Citing references, in contrast, are always prospective in nature, referring to previously published documents used by subsequent authors writing at a future time. The second concept, citing reference searching, has long been the basis of products from Thomson Scientific's Institute for Scientific Information (ISI). Now other database vendors and Web services have begun adding the function. en
dc.format.extent 10 pages en
dc.language.iso en en
dc.relation.ispartofseries Searcher: the magazine for database professionals; en
dc.rights Infotoday en
dc.subject bibliometrics en
dc.subject information retrieval en
dc.subject Databases en
dc.title Citation searching: New players, new tools en
dc.type Article en

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