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Concordia University
Montréal, Canada

Literature Management

An Automatic Workflow for Formalization of Scholarly Articles' Structural and Semantic Elements

Sack, H., S. Dietze, A. Tordai, and C. Lange (Eds.), Sateli, B., and R. Witte, "An Automatic Workflow for Formalization of Scholarly Articles' Structural and Semantic Elements", The 13th Extended Semantic Web Conference (The Semantic Publishing Challenge 2016), vol. 641, Heraklion, Crete, Greece : Springer International Publishing, pp. 309–320, 06/2016.

Semantic Publishing Challenge 2015: Supplementary Material

This page provides supplementary material for our submission to the Semantic Publishing Challenge 2015 co-located with the Extended Semantic Web Conference (ESWC 2015).

We present an automatic workflow that performs text segmentation and entity extraction from scientific literature to primarily address Task 2 of the Semantic Publishing Challenge 2015. The proposed solution is composed of two subsystems: (i) A text mining pipeline, developed based on the GATE framework, which extracts structural and semantic entities, such as, authors' information and citations, from text and produces semantic (typed) annotations; and (ii) a flexible exporting module that translates the document annotations into RDF triples according to a custom mapping file.

SAVE-SD 2015 Publication: Supplementary Material

This page provides supplementary material for our publication in the SAVE-SD 2015 workshop on Semantics, Analytics, Visualisation: Enhancing Scholarly Data. We have published our populated knowledge base from the experiments described in the paper. In order to reproduce the results in the "Application" section, you can execute the queries by clicking on the link to the full page below.

Zeeva: A Collaborative Semantic Literature Management System

This overabundance of literature available in online repositories is an ongoing challenge for scientists that have to efficiently manage and analyze content for their information needs. Most of the existing literature management systems merely provide support for storing bibliographical metadata, tagging, and simple annotation capabilities. We go beyond these approaches by demonstrating how an innovative combination of semantic web technologies with natural language processing can mitigate the information overload by helping in curating and organizing scientific literature. Zeeva is our research prototype for demonstrating how we can turn existing papers into a queryable knowledge base.

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