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Champion: Petr Knoth
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Participant(s):Zdenek Zdrahal, Owen Stephens, Jakub Novotny, Gabriela Pavel, Magdalena Krygielova, Petr Kremen, Drahomira Herrmannova

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CORE - COnnecting REpositories

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

Connecting repositories - Open University - The CORE project aims to make it easier to navigate between relevant scientific papers stored in Open Access repositories. The project will use Linked Data format to describe the relationships between papers stored across a selection of UK repositories, including the Open University Open Research Online (ORO). A resource discovery web-service and a demonstrator client will be provided to allow UK repositories to embed this new tool into their own repository.


11 Jul 2016

Petr Knoth

23 Jun 2016

Nancy Pontika

13 Jul 2015

Nancy Pontika


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Pearce, S. and Pontika, N. (2016) Integration of the IRUS-UK Statistics in the CORE Repositories Dashboard, Poster at Open Repositories (OR2016)


Knoth, P. and Herrmannova, D. (2016) Exploring Semantometrics: full text-based research evaluation for open repositories, Open Repositories 2016, Dublin

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Herrmannova, D. and Knoth, P. (2016) Towards full-text based research metrics: Exploring semantometrics: Report of Experiments, Jisc repository, Jisc, Jisc Report 6376


Knoth, P., Cancellieri, M. and Herrmannova, D. (2016) Oxford vs Cambridge Contest: Collecting Open Research Evaluation Metrics for University Ranking, Demo at Open Repositories 2016, Dublin

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Knoth, P. (2013) From Open Access Metadata to Open Access Content: Two Principles for Increased Visibility of Open Access Content, Open Repositories 2013, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada

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