Event Notifications in Value-Adding Networks

  title={Event Notifications in Value-Adding Networks},
  author={Patrick Hochstenbach and Herbert Van de Sompel and Miel Vander Sande and Ruben Dedecker and Ruben Verborgh},
, Abstract. Linkages between research outputs are crucial in the scholarly knowledge graph. They include online citations, but also links between versions that differ according to various dimensions and links to resources that were used to arrive at research results. In current scholarly communication systems this information is only made available post factum and is obtained via elaborate batch processing. In this paper we report on work aimed at making linkages available in real-time, in which… 

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