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E. (1996), “Publication patterns of Turkish astronomers”, Scientometrics, Vol. 37 No. 1, pp. 159-69. htm AP 57,3 Going beyond journal classification for evaluation of research outputs 232 A case study of global astronomy and astrophysics research Aparna Basu GN Ramachandran Knowledge Centre, Institute for Genomics and Integrative Biology, New Delhi, India, and Grant Lewison Bibliometrics Research Group, Department of Information Science, City University, London, UK Abstract Purpose – Seeks to characterise world astronomy research during the last decade by an analysis of papers in the Science Citation Index identified with a special filter and to study Indian output in order to identify the leading institutions and authors.

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