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Here we explore the mechanisms and drivers behind the impact disparity discussed in the previous chapter, focusing on what factors create high-impact papers and what conditions contribute to the lognormal distribution citations follow. We show how a rich-get-richer phenomenon similar to preferential attachement, growth, and fitness all contribute to the impact of a paper. We describe a fitness model that can effectively represent these dynamics, providing insight into how impact is created in science.
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