h-index, or Hirsch index is a quantitative characteristic of the productivity of a scientist or scientific organization, based on the ratio of the number of publications and the number of citations of these publications.
As can be seen from the figure, the maximum possible Hirsch index of the scientist will be equal to the number of his publications.
If a scientist has h-index = N, this means that he published at least N papers, each of which was cited at least N times.
So, if a scientist has published 100 papers, but each of which has only one citation, then his h-index is 1.
If a scientist has published only 1 paper cited 100 times, his h-index will also be 1. More information – Wikipedia
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