0.5(top 50%)
impact factor
11.4K(top 2%)
papers
31.9K(top 10%)
citations
40(top 20%)
h-index
0.6(top 50%)
extended IF
11.5K
all documents
32.9K
doc citations
64(top 20%)
g-index
impact-factor
The graph shows the changes in the impact factor of Mathematical Notes and its corresponding percentile for the sake of comparison with the entire literature. Impact Factor is the most common scientometric index, which is defined by the number of citations of papers in two preceding years divided by the number of papers published in those years.