Advances in semantic authoring and publishing

Groza, Tudor Advances in semantic authoring and publishing. Heidelberg, Germany: Akademische Verlagsgesellschaft AKA; IOS Press, 2012.

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Author Groza, Tudor
Title Advances in semantic authoring and publishing
Place of Publication Heidelberg, Germany
Publisher Akademische Verlagsgesellschaft AKA; IOS Press
Publication year 2012
Sub-type Research book (original research)
Volume 13
Series Studies on the Semantic Web
ISBN 9783898386722
3898386724
9781614990994
1614990999
ISSN 1868-1158
Language eng
Total number of pages 262
Collection year 2013
Formatted Abstract/Summary Dissemination can be seen as a communication process between scientists. Over the course of several publications, they expose and support their findings, while discussing stated claims. Such discourse structures are trapped within the content of the publications, thus making the semantics discoverable only by humans. In addition, the lack of advances in scientific publishing, where electronic publications are still used as simple projections of paper documents, combined with the current growth in the amount of scientific research being published, transforms the process of finding relevant literature into a cumbersome task.

The work presented in this publication proposes a solution that takes full advantage of the support provided by electronic publications and of the current Semantic Web technologies to expose and crystallize the different discourse structures. The goal is to pave the way towards a Semantic Publishing Ecosystem that will alleviate, at least partly, the information overload problem. Our solution relies on enriching scientific publications with explicit rhetorical and argumentation discourse structures, in addition to explicit linear structures for identification and localization, and bibliographic information. Embedding these structures within the publication documents (as semantic metadata) enables the creation of semantic publications, i.e., foundational artefacts of the Semantic Publishing Ecosystem and linked resources part of the current Web of Data. [Book summary from publisher]
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