This paper analyzes to which extent research published in Computer Standards & Interfaces (CSI) has a technical focus. We find that CSI has been following its scope very closely in the last three years and that the majority of its publications have a technical focus. Articles published in CSI constantly cite research from various technical disciplines, but there are also a limited number of references to non-technical literature. Mostly technical journals cite CSI papers, with a few exceptions of non-technical journals. We conclude that CSI stays within its scope of computer standards and interfaces interpreted in a technical sense.

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van de Kaa, G, de Vries, H.J, & Baskaran, B. (2015). Citation analysis of Computer Standards & Interfaces: Technical or also non-technical focus?. Computer Standards & Interfaces, 41, 67–71. doi:10.1016/j.csi.2015.02.008