CiteSeer: an autonomous Web agent for automatic retrieval and identification of interesting publications

@inproceedings{Bollacker1998CiteSeerAA,
  title={CiteSeer: an autonomous Web agent for automatic retrieval and identification of interesting publications},
  author={Kurt D. Bollacker and Steve Lawrence and C. Lee Giles},
  booktitle={International Conference on Autonomous Agents},
  year={1998}
}
Research papers available on the World Wide Web (WWW or Web) areoften poorly organized, often exist in forms opaque to searchengines (e.g. Postscript), and increase in quantity daily.Significant amounts of time and effort are typically needed inorder to find interesting and relevant publications on the Web. Wehave developed a Web based information agent that assists the userin the process of performing a scientific literature search. Givena set of keywords, the agent uses Web search engines and… 

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