Scopus citation benchmarking shows how citations received by this article compare with the average for similar articles. 99th percentile is high, and indicates an article in the top 1% globally. Citation Benchmarking is computed separately for each of its sources' disciplines.
Field-Weighted Citation Impact is the ratio of the article's citations to the average number of citations received by all similar articles over a three-year window. An FWCI greater than 1.00 means the article is more cited than expected according to the average for articles of similar type, age and discipline.
Journal Citation Reports publish an annual impact factor for every reputable academic journal and conference proceedings. Higher is better, since the impact factor is determined by number of citations per research article published.