Celestial Mechanics and Dynamical Astronomy

FIGURE I - 2-yr IMPACT FACTOR EVOLUTION

Source: ISI Journal Citation Reports 1997-2012

The impact
factor in a year N is the number of citations in that year of papers
published in the years N-1 and N-2, divided by the total number of
papers published by the journal in those 2 years. The impact
factor of "Celestial Mechanics and Dynamical Astronomy" in the past year (2012) was 2.319, an all-time maximum.

Source: ISI Journal Citation Reports 1997-2012

The impact
factors
IF-X in a year N are given by the number
of citations in that year of
papers
published in the years N-1 to N-X, divided by the total number of
papers published by the journal in those X years. The IF-5 is the
5-yr impact factor introduced in 2007 by the ISI. It was computed
for the years prior to 2007 with the data taken
from the ISI Journal Citation Reports since 2001. The impact
factor IF-5 in the past year (2012) was 2.035.

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Half-Life:

The
impact factor does not take into account the lifetime of the papers
published in the journal. The half-life of the papers published in
"Celestial Mechanics and Dynamical Astronomy" i s > 10.0 years. In
Astronomy, there are only 12 journals
(out of 56) with half-life > 10.0 years.

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Rankings based on IF-2:

In
the JCR 2012, Celestial Mechanics and Dynamical Astronomy appears in
two comparative journal summary lists.

In the list MATHEMATICS, INTERDISCIPLINARY APPLICATIONS it appears in rank 9 (out of 92 journals).

In the list ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS it appears in rank 24 (out of 56 journals)..

In the list MATHEMATICS, INTERDISCIPLINARY APPLICATIONS it appears in rank 9 (out of 92 journals).

In the list ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS it appears in rank 24 (out of 56 journals)..