Ontology-Based Recommendation of Editorial Products

@inproceedings{Thanapalasingam2018OntologyBasedRO,
  title={Ontology-Based Recommendation of Editorial Products},
  author={Thiviyan Thanapalasingam and Francesco Osborne and Aliaksandr Birukou and Enrico Motta},
  booktitle={International Workshop on the Semantic Web},
  year={2018}
}
Major academic publishers need to be able to analyse their vast catalogue of products and select the best items to be marketed in scientific venues. This is a complex exercise that requires characterising with a high precision the topics of thousands of books and matching them with the interests of the relevant communities. In Springer Nature, this task has been traditionally handled manually by publishing editors. However, the rapid growth in the number of scientific publications and the… 

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