Design and implementation of Metta, a metasearch engine for biomedical literature retrieval intended for systematic reviewers

@inproceedings{Smalheiser2014DesignAI,
  title={Design and implementation of Metta, a metasearch engine for biomedical literature retrieval intended for systematic reviewers},
  author={Neil R. Smalheiser and Can Lin and Lifeng Jia and Yu Jiang and Aaron M. Cohen and Clement Yu and John M Davis and Clive Elliott Adams and Marian S. McDonagh and Weiyi Meng},
  booktitle={Health information science and systems},
  year={2014}
}
BACKGROUND Individuals and groups who write systematic reviews and meta-analyses in evidence-based medicine regularly carry out literature searches across multiple search engines linked to different bibliographic databases, and thus have an urgent need for a suitable metasearch engine to save time spent on repeated searches and to remove duplicate publications from initial consideration. Unlike general users who generally carry out searches to find a few highly relevant (or highly recent… CONTINUE READING
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