The citation index (or TCI or CY)
Accepted in the scientific world is the measure of the "significance" of the works of any scientist. The magnitude of the index is determined by the number of references to this work (or surname) in other sources. However, for a truly accurate definition of the importance of scientific papers, it is important not only the number of references to them, but also the quality of these references. For example, an authoritative academic publication, a popular brochure or an entertainment magazine can be referred to the work. The significance of such links is different.
Also, the tool will determine the glue of the domain so that you understand the real TIC or glued.