Exploring large document repositories with RDF technology: the DOPE project

Abstract

This thesaurus-based search system uses automatic indexing, RDF-based querying, and concept-based visualization of results to support exploration of large online document repositories. Innovative research institutes rely on the availability of complete and accurate information about new research and development. Information providers such as Elsevier make it their business to provide the required information in a cost-effective way. The semantic Web will likely contribute significantly to this effort because it facilitates access to an unprecedented quantity of data. The DOPE project (Drug Ontology Project for Elsevier) explores ways to provide access to multiple life-science information sources through a single interface.

DOI: 10.1109/MIS.2004.9

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@article{Stuckenschmidt2004ExploringLD, title={Exploring large document repositories with RDF technology: the DOPE project}, author={Heiner Stuckenschmidt and Frank van Harmelen and Anita de Waard and Tony Scerri and Ravinder Bhogal and Jan van Buel and Ian Crowlesmith and Christiaan Fluit and Arjohn Kampman and Jeen Broekstra and Erik M. van Mulligen}, journal={IEEE Intelligent Systems}, year={2004}, volume={19}, pages={34-40} }