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Thomson Reuters has released the 2011 Journal Citation Reports (JCR), showing an increase to the impact factor for Entropy.
The 2011 impact factor for Entropy is 1.183 (up from 1.109).
Prof. Dr. Kevin H. Knuth, the Editor-in-Chief, commented "This is excellent news for the journal Entropy. What was once considered to be one of the most obscure concepts in physics, entropy is now finding its proper place in the sciences as we have come to understand its intimate relation to information. This is evident not only in the increasing impact factor of the journal, but also in the great diversity of applications in the submitted papers and the topics of the special issues that we are pleased to host. We are proud to serve the community with an open access journal devoted to this important and growing area of research."
To date, Entropy has published over 586 articles with more than 1 million views and 429 citations in 2011 making Entropy one of the leading journals in this rapidly growing field.