So who's winning this race? What kind of question is that, you may shout, of course it's Strumia! And you would be wrong, independently of the metric. The contest is much more fierce than one might expect: it takes 8 papers on the topic to win, and 7 papers to even get on the podium. Among the 3 authors with 7 papers the final classification is decided by
Citations, tja... Social dynamics of our community encourages referencing all previous work on the topic, rather than just the relevant ones, which in this particular case triggered a period of inflation. One day soon citation numbers will mean as much as authorship in experimental particle physics. But for now the size of the h-factor is still an important measure of virility for theorists. If the citation count rather the number of papers is the main criterion, the iron throne is taken by a Targaryen contender (trumpets):
This explains why the resonance is usually denoted by the letter S.
Congratulations to all the winners. For all the rest, wish you more luck and persistence in the next edition, provided it will take place.
My scripts are not perfect (in previous versions I missed crucial contenders, as pointed out in the comments), so let me know in case I missed your papers or miscalculated citations.