Breathing life into digital archives: use of natural language processing to revitalize the grey literature of public health

Abstract

The goal of our 2-year Robert Wood Johnson-funded project is to apply Natural Language Processing (NLP) technology to improve access and use of the digitalized public health "grey" literature. Much public health information, such as meeting notes, think-tank reports, policy statements, and data sets, is not available through traditional commercial pathways… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/544220.544359

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@inproceedings{Turner2002BreathingLI, title={Breathing life into digital archives: use of natural language processing to revitalize the grey literature of public health}, author={Anne M. Turner and Elizabeth D. Liddy and Jana Bradley}, booktitle={JCDL}, year={2002} }