What is Citation of research paper ?

What is Citation :

A citation in a research paper is a reference to a source that has been used in the paper. It helps the readers to identify the Original source of information that is referred to in a work. A citation provides information about the source to help the reader locate the original material and to give credit to the author or creator of the source.

What it includes: 

Citations typically include the author's name, the title of the source, the date of publication specially year, and other identifying information such as the name of the publisher, volume and issue numbers, and page numbers. 

Example :   N. N. Kulkarni and V. K. Bairagi, Extracting salient features for EEG-based diagnosis of Alzheimers disease using support vector machine classifier", IETE Journal of Research, vol. 63, no. 1, pp. 1122, 2017.

Types of citations:

There are different citation styles such as APA, MLA, or Chicago. The format of a citation depends on the citation style being used.

Google Scholar Citation Tool:

Google Scholar Citations is a tool provided by Google that allows researchers to track and display the citations of their scholarly works.  Google Scholar Citations profile is a useful tool for tracking the impact of one's research.

If somebody is referring your published paper in their research paper and citing it properly, then your paper’s citation count will be increased by 1 (Cited by).





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