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This sections contains the keywords declared by the author(s) and are taken in an identical form from the paper body.
This is a list of keywords extracted by an automatic script from the references section in its entire. In the first phase, all information is analyzed, including authors, titles, name of journals or conferences. All words are counted and the most used ones are listed in descending order, together with the number of times the respective word was found (listed in parenthesis). Maximum of 10 keywords are displayed, and a word is displayed only if it appears at least 4 times in the references section.
In the second phase of the analysis, the keywords extracted from the references are compared with the paper title words. If the reference keyword is present in the paper title it is displayed in blue color.
induction(23), flux(21), sensor(17), control(14), motors(11), electronics(10), stator(9), motor(9), speed(8), power(6)
There are ten keywords extracted from the references, and 'induction', 'flux', 'stator', 'motor' are present also in the paper title. More blue color words indicate a stronger link between the paper title (and possible the content) and the cited literature. Exceptions are possible. A comparison between the author keywords and the references keywords may be usefull for the reader.
One may notice author, journal or conference names are listed in the references keywords list. This may be a sign the respective has a great impact on the article topic or the research domain itself.
This is an extension of the Keywords Plus® information Thomson Reuters displays in the Web of Science® interface for every article. The main difference is the author names, journal or conference names are considered keywords and counted as keywords for the references. The main reason for considering this is related to the impact an author, a journal or a conference may have on a certain topic.
We provide an automatic tool for the References keywords check.
Our website visitors may see at the end of every published paper the complete list of references used by the authors for elaborating the respective paper, together with the number of citations in Web of Science and SCOPUS, where available. Every reference is processed manually in order to avoid typos and to find out the correct DOI record.
Measuring the quality of references for a paper may be a difficult task. We introduced - for the first time in scientific publishing, a so-called term "References Weight". We calculate, for every paper, the total number of citations for several well-known international databases, and the average number of citations per reference.
The quality of references is an indication of the work the authors did in order to link their published research results to already published works. Good quality references guide a potentially interested reader to the central sources for the respective domain. A high number of citations indicate good quality references. Contrarily, a reduced number of citations or the absence of the respective journal paper from the databases might be an indication of a poor paper. The average number of citations per reference could be considered an indication of the references quality.
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