FaBiO and CiTO: Ontologies for describing bibliographic resources and citations

@article{Peroni2012FaBiOAC,
  title={FaBiO and CiTO: Ontologies for describing bibliographic resources and citations},
  author={Silvio Peroni and David M. Shotton},
  journal={J. Web Semant.},
  year={2012},
  volume={17},
  pages={33-43}
}
Semantic publishing is the use of Web and Semantic Web technologies to enhance the meaning of a published journal article, to facilitate its automated discovery, to enable its linking to semantically related articles, to provide access to data within the article in actionable form, and to facilitate integration of data between articles. Recently, semantic publishing has opened the possibility of a major step forward in the digital publishing world. For this to succeed, new semantic models and… Expand
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