How Reliable is Your Workflow: Monitoring Decay in Scholarly Publications

@inproceedings{GmezPrez2013HowRI,
  title={How Reliable is Your Workflow: Monitoring Decay in Scholarly Publications},
  author={Jos{\'e} Manu{\'e}l G{\'o}mez-P{\'e}rez and Esteban Garc{\'i}a-Cuesta and Jun Zhao and Aleix Garrido and Jos{\'e} Enrique Ruiz},
  booktitle={SePublica},
  year={2013}
}
Semantic publishing can enable richer documents with clearer, computationally interpretable properties. For this vision to become reality, however, authors must benefit from this process, so that they are incentivised to add these semantics. Moreover, the publication process that generates final content must allow and enable this semantic content. Here we focus on author-led or “grey” literature, which uses a convenient and simple publication pipeline. We describe how we have used metadata in… CONTINUE READING
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