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CORE, a KMi service, partners with ProQuest

Nancy Pontika, Monday 18 December 2017 | Annotate
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The CORE service is working in partnership with ProQuest to deliver more content within their library discovery services (Ex Libris Primo and Ex Libris Summon).  What does this mean for the end user?  This means that search results will bring back more relevant content from OA repositories worldwide in addition to the existing library collection records.  The user will not have to go to a separate search interface to run the same search query.  Read more...

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Petr Knoth

Senior Research Fellow in Text and Data Mining

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Nancy Pontika

Project Officer - Open Access Aggregation

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Matteo Cancellieri

Project Officer - Open Access Publishing

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Project Officer - Open Access Publishing

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Technical Asst - Open Content Development

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CORE

Connecting REpositories by automatically linking Open Access research publications

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Linking semantically similar publications from Open Access repositories using text mining from full-text and representing the relations as Linked Data

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