Digital Libraries and Knowledge Disaggregation: The Use of Journal Article Components

@inproceedings{Bishop1998DigitalLA,
  title={Digital Libraries and Knowledge Disaggregation: The Use of Journal Article Components},
  author={Ann Peterson Bishop},
  booktitle={ACM DL},
  year={1998}
}
A scientific journal article is comprised of standard components, such as author names, an abstract, figures, a bibliography, and sections describing methods and results. With the creation of digital documents and new tools for manipulating them comes the ability to facilitate the disaggregation of journal articles into separate components. This paper describes how article components are identified, mobilized, and used by students and faculty members, based on the preliminary analysis of data… CONTINUE READING

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