0.2(top 100%)
impact factor
14.4K(top 1%)
papers
292.6K(top 2%)
citations
202(top 1%)
h-index
0.3(top 100%)
extended IF
29.3K
all documents
306.4K
doc citations
347(top 1%)
g-index
g-index
The graph shows the changes in the g-index of Lecture Notes in Mathematics and the corresponding percentile for the sake of comparison with the entire literature. g-index is a scientometric index similar to g-index but put a more weight on the sum of citations. The g-index of a journal is g if the journal has published at least g papers with total citations of g2.