Citation indexes for mathematical physics

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principalbundles@yahoo.it

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Hi all,
given an article in mathematical physics, is there a way to know in
which articles it has been cited in the literature?
Thanks
 

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Arnold Neumaier
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On Fri, 17 Mar 2006 principalbundles@yahoo.it asked:

> given an article in mathematical physics, is there a way to know in
> which articles it has been cited in the literature?


Increasingly, the answer is "yes"! Try

http://citeseer.ist.psu.edu/

Unfortunately, it seems that the University of Southampton suffered a
devasting fire, which has apparently retarded the development of the very
promising Citebase search tool, but see

http://eprints.ecs.soton.ac.uk/8204/ [Broken]

The "abstract" page of arXiv eprints allows you to quickly see what papers
are cited by a given eprints, and for older eprints you can see what later
eprints cite that one you are interested in evaluating. Since the arXiv
is becoming the universal journal, this should be a good way to check for
citations after another decade or so. Long live the arXiv! (At least if
it can continue to maintain a -relatively- crankfree author field...)

"T. Essel"
 
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