Top Cited Articles during 2015 in nucl-th

The 100 most highly cited papers during 2015 in the nucl-th archive

Keep in mind that citation counts can never be exact, there is something like a 5% error in most of these numbers. Please do not fret about number 32 versus 33, as this is often not a statistically significant difference. More information about citations in INSPIRE can be found here.

Also note that the counts shown, and used in the rankings, are the counts as of 2016-12-31. Further, the counts shown by the ranking are only the cites satisfying the criteria for that list. Actual citation numbers in the database may change as corrections are made and papers are added, the links will take you to the updated numbers.

Annual and All-time 2015 editions

2015 reports for eprints

  1. 189 citations in 2015
  2. 147 citations in 2015
  3. 132 citations in 2015
  4. 127 citations in 2015
    Microscopic models for ultrarelativistic heavy ion collisions
    S.A. Bass (Frankfurt U.) et al.. Mar 1998. 115 pp.
    Published in Prog.Part.Nucl.Phys. 41 (1998) 255-369, Prog.Part.Nucl.Phys. 41 (1998) 225-370
    DOI: 10.1016/S0146-6410(98)00058-1
    e-Print: nucl-th/9803035 | PDF

  5. 127 citations in 2015
  6. 118 citations in 2015
  7. 114 citations in 2015
  8. 113 citations in 2015
  9. 107 citations in 2015
  10. 106 citations in 2015
  11. 99 citations in 2015
  12. 98 citations in 2015
  13. 97 citations in 2015
  14. 96 citations in 2015
  15. 94 citations in 2015
  16. 92 citations in 2015
  17. 90 citations in 2015
  18. 84 citations in 2015
  19. 83 citations in 2015
  20. 82 citations in 2015
  21. 80 citations in 2015
  22. 79 citations in 2015
  23. 72 citations in 2015
  24. 72 citations in 2015
  25. 70 citations in 2015
  26. 69 citations in 2015
  27. 68 citations in 2015
  28. 68 citations in 2015
  29. 67 citations in 2015
  30. 66 citations in 2015
  31. 65 citations in 2015
  32. 65 citations in 2015
  33. 59 citations in 2015
  34. 59 citations in 2015
  35. 59 citations in 2015
  36. 59 citations in 2015
  37. 58 citations in 2015
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  39. 57 citations in 2015
  40. 56 citations in 2015
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  42. 56 citations in 2015
  43. 55 citations in 2015
  44. 54 citations in 2015
  45. 54 citations in 2015
  46. 54 citations in 2015
  47. 53 citations in 2015
    Hydrodynamic description of ultrarelativistic heavy ion collisions
    Peter F. Kolb (SUNY, Stony Brook), Ulrich W. Heinz (Ohio State U.). May 2003. 82 pp.
    Published in In *Hwa, R.C. (ed.) et al.: Quark gluon plasma* 634-714
    SUNY-NTG-03-06
    e-Print: nucl-th/0305084 | PDF

  48. 53 citations in 2015
  49. 53 citations in 2015
  50. 53 citations in 2015
  51. 52 citations in 2015
  52. 51 citations in 2015
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  54. 50 citations in 2015
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  59. 49 citations in 2015
  60. 49 citations in 2015
  61. 49 citations in 2015
  62. 48 citations in 2015
  63. 48 citations in 2015
  64. 47 citations in 2015
  65. 47 citations in 2015
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  67. 46 citations in 2015
  68. 46 citations in 2015
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  70. 45 citations in 2015
  71. 45 citations in 2015
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  75. 44 citations in 2015
  76. 43 citations in 2015
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  80. 43 citations in 2015
  81. 42 citations in 2015
  82. 42 citations in 2015
  83. 42 citations in 2015
  84. 42 citations in 2015
  85. 41 citations in 2015
    A New expansion for nucleon-nucleon interactions
    David B. Kaplan, Martin J. Savage (Washington U., Seattle), Mark B. Wise (Caltech). Jan 1998. 10 pp.
    Published in Phys.Lett. B424 (1998) 390-396
    DOE-ER-40561-352, INT-97-00-189, NT-UW-98-05, CALT-68-2155
    DOI: 10.1016/S0370-2693(98)00210-X
    e-Print: nucl-th/9801034 | PDF

  86. 41 citations in 2015
  87. 41 citations in 2015
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  89. 41 citations in 2015
  90. 41 citations in 2015
  91. 41 citations in 2015
  92. 40 citations in 2015
  93. 39 citations in 2015
  94. 39 citations in 2015
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  96. 39 citations in 2015
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  98. 39 citations in 2015
  99. 38 citations in 2015
  100. 38 citations in 2015