Premature Discovery or Delayed Recognition -- Why?
Delayed Recognition in Scientific Discovery: Citation Frequency Analysis Aids the Search for Case Histories
More Delayed Recognition. Part 1. Examples from the Genetics of Color Blindness, the Entropy of Short-Term Memory, Phosphoinositides, and Polymer Rheology
More Delayed Recognition. Part 2. From Inhibin to Scanning Electron Microscopy
Glanzel W. and Garfield E. "The Myth of Delayed Recognition -Citation analysis demonstrates that premature discovery, while rare, does occur: Nearly all significant research is normally cited soon after publication" The Scientist 18(11): 8-8 June 7 2004