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Citebase Search is an experimental, semi-autonomous citation index for the free, online research literature created by Tim Brody at the University of Southampton, UK. It harvests open access e-prints (most author self-archived) from OAI-PMH compliant archives, parses and links their references and indexes the metadata in a Xapian-based search engine. Citebase went live in 2005.
More than three-quarters of the papers indexed are author self-archived in the ArXiv archive, which includes physics, maths and computer science. Some (published) biomedical papers are indexed from BioMed Central and PubMed Central.
The last update of displayed data has been in March 2008.
Notes & references
- Tim Brody: Evaluating Research Impact through Open Access to Scholarly Communication. Thesis, 2006. (HTML)
- Steve Hitchcock, Arouna Woukeu, Tim Brody, Les Carr, Wendy Hall and Stevan Harnad: Evaluating Citebase, an open access Web-based citation-ranked search and impact discovery service. Technical Report, July 2003 (HTML)
- Tim Brody: Citebase Search: Autonomous Citation Database for e-print Archives. Sept 2003 (Paper and Presentation)
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