Digital Libraries and Autonomous Citation Indexing

@article{Lawrence1999DigitalLA,
  title={Digital Libraries and Autonomous Citation Indexing},
  author={Steve Lawrence and C. Lee Giles and Kurt D. Bollacker},
  journal={Computer},
  year={1999},
  volume={32},
  pages={67-71}
}
The revolution the Web has brought to information dissemination is not so much due to the availability of data-huge amounts of information has long been available in libraries-but rather the improved efficiency of accessing (improved accessibility to) that information. The Web promises to make more scientific articles more easily available. By making the context of citations easily and quickly browsable, autonomous citation indexing can help to evaluate the importance of individual… Expand
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