Journal of Nonlinear Mathematical Physics
|Year||CiteScore||# Citations||# Articles||CiteScore Percentile||Scopus Category||Scopus Category Ranking|
|2020||2.31||369||160||51%||Mathematical Physics||33 / 67|
|2019||2.14||342||160||57%||Mathematical Physics||27 / 62|
|2018||2.27||354||156||66%||Mathematical Physics||21 / 61|
|2017||1.71||266||156||51%||Mathematical Physics||27 / 55|
|2016||1.41||224||159||32%||Mathematical Physics||32 / 47|
The CiteScore measures the average number of citations received per article published in a journal. CiteScore values for a particular year are based on a journal's citation count received in that year + the three previous calendar years to articles published in the journal during this four-year period, divided by the total number of articles published in the journal during this four-year period. For example, the 2019 CiteScore for a journal is calculated as follows:
- A = citations received in 2016-2019 to articles published in the journal in 2016-2019 (note that citations to "Articles in Press" are not included in this count)
- B = sum of the number of articles published in the journal in 2016-2019 (note that "Articles in Press" are not included in this count)
- 2019 CiteScore = A/B
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