The Effect of Citations to Collaboration Networks
In this paper we investigate collaborations in computer science based on the Association for Computing and Machinery (ACM) Digital Library dataset. We have constructed two types of network of collaborations one based on all publications and a second that only considers publications with at least one citation. We compare and measure the metrics for both the networks and we show that there are slight structural changes and significant fluctuations in the ranking of authors.
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