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Locating Who Cited Your Work in MathSciNet

MathSciNet is database of citations for journal articles and reviews of articles in pure and applied mathematics. You can locate who has cited your work in the last few years by searching for your works individually.
This search uses the citation for Bray, William O. (1996). Generalized spectral projections on symmetric spaces of noncompact type: Paley-Wiener theorems. Journal of functional analysis. 135, 1, pp. 206--232.
1. Unless you have an unusual name it will be easier to combine  "Author" with "Title" to locate your work. Set the drop down menu of the first box to "Author" and the drop down menu of the second box to "Title".  Type in the author's last name followed by a comma, first initial and an asterisk.   Example: "Bray, W*".  Then type in enough of the title to differentiate your article.  Example "Generalized spectral projections". 

MathsciNet search box

3. Click on the "Start Search" button.  On the left hand side, you will see a box for Citations. The From References number is the count of articles citing this article fin the database. 

MathSci Net citations

4. Click on the link to get the list of citations for this article. You can mark the boxes to all the articles except for self-citations to do a batch download.

List of citations in MathSci Net

5.Select the format for the citations (e.g. Citations (ASCII) and click on link Retrieve Marked.
6. Repeat this process for each work.


Created by: Cynthia Crosser | Revised: 12/29/2014
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