A Unified Nanopublication Model for Effective and User-Friendly Access to the Elements of Scientific Publishing

@article{Bucur2020AUN,
  title={A Unified Nanopublication Model for Effective and User-Friendly Access to the Elements of Scientific Publishing},
  author={Cristina Bucur and Tobias Kuhn and Davide Ceolin},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2006.06348}
}
Scientific publishing is the means by which we communicate and share scientific knowledge, but this process currently often lacks transparency and machine-interpretable representations. Scientific articles are published in long coarse-grained text with complicated structures, and they are optimized for human readers and not for automated means of organization and access. Peer reviewing is the main method of quality assessment, but these peer reviews are nowadays rarely published and their own… 

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