ArXiv links to the Astrophysics Data System, which got a new fancy look. It may be a bit heavy, as a supporter of the wonderful arXiv I would rather applaud if they would allow me to put articles with animations inside, be them only animated gifs. But is nevertheless interesting.
So if I go to my arXiv articles, choose an article and then click on NASA ADS link on the right panel, then I get this page. Funny that they don’t use the Journal Reference from the arXiv to decide which article is “refereed”, i.e. peer reviewed, even if peer review is less than validation.
I am very pleased though about the visual representation of what I do, as seen from the arXiv articles.
This is the image which tells how many articles I have on certain keywords, as well as links between keywords which are proportional with the number of the articles which fit a pair of keywords.
TBH this is the first time a neutral bibliometric system shows an accurate image of my work.
The same picture, but according to the downloads in the last 90 days, is this one.
This is also very satisfying because the hamiltonian/information/… has a big future. For the moment it looks unrelated to the other sectors, but wait for the kaleidos project 🙂
The em-convex rewrite system, where I guess I found the equivalent of the Church numbers for space, is in the dilatation structures/…/selfsimilar sector. In my opinion, important subject.