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AMV : Algorithm Metadata Vocabulary

  title={AMV : Algorithm Metadata Vocabulary},
  author={Biswanath Dutta and Jyotima Patel},
Metadata vocabularies are used in various domains of study. It provides an in-depth description of the resources. In this work, we develop Algorithm Metadata Vocabulary (AMV), a vocabulary for capturing and storing the metadata about the algorithms (a procedure or a set of rules that is followed step-by-step to solve a problem, especially by a computer). The snag faced by the researchers in the current time is the failure of getting relevant results when searching for algorithms in any search… 

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