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Only the abstract is readable (thanks to paywalled science publication) but it is enough:

Paris Who is Olivier Danvy? He is the most thanked person in computer science, according to an analysis of acknowledgements on nearly a third-of-a-million scientific papers. The analysis, published this week, marks the debut of text-mining software from the lab of Lee Giles, a computer scientist at Pennsylvania State University.

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    It’s not at all enough to read the abstract; and also note that the article is from 2004!

    Anyway, I was able to get access to the full text; and while the article itself is almost entirely content-free and not worth reading, it does contain the name of the paper in which these results were published, which is accessible: