Scopus uses a Cited reference search to find citations of an article and analyse these citations.
Find how an article has been cited in Scopus:
Find how an article has been cited over a range of years:
Field-weighted citation impact is the ratio of an article's citations to the average number of citations received by all similar articles over a three-year window.
A FWCI greater than 1.00 means the article is more cited than expected according to the average.
It takes into account of the year of publication, document type and the disciplines associated with its source.
Find FWCI on the right hand site of an article record in Scopus.