The number of publications listed in DBLP for an author is no
indication for the quality or importance of her/his work.
Nevertheless DBLP now list the
Most Prolific DBLP Authors.
Copyright © Mon Nov 2 20:15:15 2009
by Michael Ley (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Some scientists with a relatively small publication count have an enormous impact on their field.
A good example is E. F. Codd, who invented the relational data model.
- Very prolific authors may have a poor publication count in
DBLP because their main work is outside of the scope of DBLP.
Paul Erdös probably has published more
papers than any other person, but his focus was not computer science.
- DBLP is far from "complete" ... -
but you may help us to make it better.