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Word add-in for ontology recognition: semantic enrichment of scientific literature

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Word add-in for ontology recognition: semantic enrichment of scientific literature
Background: In the current era of scientific research, efficient communication of information is paramount. As such, the nature of scholarly and scientific communication is changing; cyberinfrastructure is now absolutely necessary and new media are allowing information and knowledge to be more interactive and immediate. One approach to making knowledge more accessible is the addition of machine-readable semantic data to scholarly articles. Results: The Word add-in presented here will assist authors in this effort by automatically recognizing and highlighting words or phrases that are likely information-rich, allowing authors to associate semantic data with those words or phrases, and to embed that data in the document as XML. The add-in and source code are publicly available at http://www.codeplex.com/UCSDBioLit. Conclusions: The Word add-in for ontology term recognition makes it possible for an author to add semantic data to a document as it is being written and it encodes these data...
J. Lynn Fink, Pablo Fernicola, Rahul Chandran, Sav
Added 08 Dec 2010
Updated 08 Dec 2010
Type Journal
Year 2010
Where BMCBI
Authors J. Lynn Fink, Pablo Fernicola, Rahul Chandran, Savas Parastatidis, Alex Wade, Oscar Naim, Greg B. Quinn, Philip E. Bourne
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