Authormagic: A Concept for Author Disambiguation in Large-Scale Digital Libraries

  title={Authormagic: A Concept for Author Disambiguation in Large-Scale Digital Libraries},
  author={Henning Weiler},
Author name ambiguities distort the quality of information discovery in digital libraries. These ambiguities also contribute to the inaccurate attribution of authorship to individual researchers. The latter is especially delicate in research evaluation. To solve this issue, many algorithmic bulk disambiguation approaches have been proposed in the literature. However, no algorithmic approach can solve author ambiguities with an accuracy of 100%. Some online projects allow users to manually… CONTINUE READING


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