Knowledge discovery in digital libraries of electronic theses and dissertations: an NDLTD case study

@article{Richardson2008KnowledgeDI,
  title={Knowledge discovery in digital libraries of electronic theses and dissertations: an NDLTD case study},
  author={Ryan Richardson and Venkat Srinivasan and Edward A. Fox},
  journal={International Journal on Digital Libraries},
  year={2008},
  volume={9},
  pages={163-171}
}
Many scholarly writings today are available in electronic formats. With universities around the world choosing to make digital versions of their dissertations, theses, project reports, and related files and data sets available online, an overwhelming amount of information is becoming available on almost any particular topic. How will users decide which dissertation, or subsection of a dissertation, to read to get the required information on a particular topic? What kind of services can such… CONTINUE READING

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