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A Recommender System to Support the Scholarly Communication Process

@article{Rodriguez2009ARS,
  title={A Recommender System to Support the Scholarly Communication Process},
  author={Michael A. Rodriguez and David W. Allen and Joshua Shinavier and Gary Ebersole},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2009},
  volume={abs/0905.1594}
}
The number of researchers, articles, journals, conferences, funding opportunities, and other such scholarly resources continues to grow every year and at an increasing rate. Many services have emerged to support scholars in navigating particular aspects of this resource-rich environment. Some commercial publishers provide recommender and alert services for the articles and journals in their digital libraries. Similarly, numerous noncommercial social bookmarking services have emerged for… 
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