My fellow scientists cite my work at random

Although the average number of times people cite my papers is lower than that for a Siamese cat, people do cite my work. And so Google Scholar reckons that at the time of writing my papers have attracted a total of N = 2858 citations and I have a h-index of 27. The value of the h-index (named after Jorge Hirsch) is the number of papers that have been cited, i.e., referenced, at least h times. I have published 27 papers which have all been cited at least 27 times.

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