The Story of amLOD2012

PART I / PART II

In the context of scientific publishing, the work indicates that the increase of the numbers of papers read by scientists was 50% higher from 1977 to 2005, while the reading time of each paper is decreasing significantly after 2005. Thus they further suggest the future of scientific publishing will move to semantic enhanced literature, and this vision will support by ontology-aware tools.

The recent trend in using ontologies for describing bibliographic data and citations is on a progressing move. For instance, the above suggested CiTO is combined with other bibliographic ontologies to provide major requirements of semantic publishing, which facilitates (1) semantic enrichment and links of and between articles, (2) data discovery and data access of articles in actionable form, (3) integration of data between articles.

Here, we continue to use the example in PART I, and manually trace its citation relations through Google Scholar. In the meantime, we further explore related dataset and code relations of five articles, and it results a simple citation partial relation links between 6 articles, 3 datasets and 2 codes shown in the figure. Here in the figure it illustrates r4r:cites relation between two articles that are published in the same journal and cite each other for reference. Data citation and the link of partial relation are also described.''

 
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