Citation Impact Total (CIT)

is a measure of research impact corrected by the institution's normalized CPP with respect to the world CPP in 23 subject areas between 2011 and 2013. The ratio of the institution's CPP and the world CPP indicates whether the institution is performing above or below the world average in that field. This ratio is multiplied by the number of citations in that field and then summed across the 23 fields. This indicator aims to balance the institution's scientific impact with the field normalized impact generated by the publications in each field, , which is summarized in the following formula:

The contribution of this indicator to the overall ranking is %15.

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