Citebase

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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.[1] 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.

A service displaying exclusively ArXiv internal citations is XStructure.[2]

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  1. ^ http://iplus.ukoln.ac.uk/technology/citebase
  2. ^ See

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  • 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)