Monday, 02 December 2013 09:20

Most Cited Article of the Data & Knowledge Engineering Journal

On its website, the Opens external link in new windowData & Knowledge Engineering journal has listed the most frequently cited articles published during the last 6 years. Out of more than 350 articles that appeard during this period, the most cited one (according to Scopus) has been co-authored by DBIS researchers Opens internal link in current windowManfred Reichert and Opens external link in new windowStefanie Rinderle-Ma (who is now full professor at the University of Vienna):

Opens external link in new windowWeber, Barbara and Reichert, Manfred and Rinderle-Ma, Stefanie (2008) - Change Patterns and Change Support Features - Enhancing Flexibility in Process-Aware Information Systems - Data and Knowledge Engineering, 66(3): 438-466, Elsevier Science.

This top cited article again emphasizes the high relevance as well as excellent impact of the research accomplished by Opens internal link in current windowDBIS and its international partners (in the given case the Universities of Innsbruck and Vienna).

Opens external link in new windowData & Knowledge Engineering is published by Elsevier Science and has a 5-years impact factor of 1.71.

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