Special Topic: Supersymmetry> Field Distribution

Published November 2011

Ranked by papers. Source dates: January 1, 2001-September 26, 2011. The source database for the Supersymmetry Special Topic was the Web of Science®, and the field distribution reflects Web of Science database categories.
 
 

Field Distribution
   

Rank Field Citations Papers Cites per paper
1 PHYSICS, PARTICLES & FIELDS 197,334 11,747 16.80
2 PHYSICS, MULTIDISCIPLINARY 64,888 4,802 13.51
3 ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS 78,695 4,219 18.65
4 PHYSICS, MATHEMATICAL 14,059 1,623 8.66
5 PHYSICS, NUCLEAR 9,409 1,322 7.12
6 PHYSICS, APPLIED 607 1,016 0.60
7 MATHEMATICS, APPLIED 523 189 2.77
8 MATHEMATICS 556 138 4.03
9 PHYSICS, CONDENSED MATTER 982 124 7.92
10 CHEMISTRY, APPLIED 26 70 0.37
11 INSTRUMENTS & INSTRUMENTATION 220 70 3.14
12 PHYSICS, ATOMIC, MOLECULAR & CHEMICAL 502 70 7.17
13 NUCLEAR SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY 220 69 3.19
14 MATHEMATICS, INTERDISCIPLINARY APPLICATIONS 305 59 5.17
15 SPECTROSCOPY 201 58 3.47
16 COMPUTER SCIENCE, INTERDISCIPLINARY APPLICATIONS 2,520 52 48.46
17 CHEMISTRY, PHYSICAL 305 44 6.93
18 OPTICS 303 41 7.39
19 PHYSICS, FLUIDS & PLASMAS 255 41 6.22
20 CHEMISTRY, MULTIDISCIPLINARY 68 24 2.83
21 MECHANICS 253 23 11.00
22 MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES 42 13 3.23
23 EDUCATION, SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINES 20 10 2.00
24 ENGINEERING, ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC 21 10 2.10
25 GEOSCIENCES, MULTIDISCIPLINARY 25 9 2.78
Ranked by papers. Source dates: January 1, 2001-September 26, 2011. The source database for the Supersymmetry Special Topic was the Web of Science®, and the field distribution reflects Web of Science database categories.

Overall General Information



Modern scientific research is, in general, multidisciplinary in nature. It is rather rare for a researcher to work within the narrow confines of any one discipline. A molecular biologist could deal in cell biology, pathology, biochemistry, or any number of related fields. Materials science can encompass chemistry and physics.

The field distribution will show, for any given Topic, which disciplines have a shared interest in a particular research area, as well as to what degree these discipline influence the Topics in question.

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