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Présentation du premier Atelier sur l ’ Extraction et la Modélisation de Connaissances à partir de Textes Scientifiques ( Emc-Sci 2017 )

  title={Pr{\'e}sentation du premier Atelier sur l ’ Extraction et la Mod{\'e}lisation de Connaissances {\`a} partir de Textes Scientifiques ( Emc-Sci 2017 )},
  author={D. Buscaldi and V. Presutti},
  • D. Buscaldi, V. Presutti
  • Published 2017
  • The number of papers and the available scientific knowledge is growing rapidly, making increasingly harder to keep track of all the relevant knowledge that could facilitate a research endeavour. The availability of research materials on the Web and the presence of systems for exploring the research environment alleviate this issue only to some degree. I suggest that we need to switch to a modern research paradigm in which researchers will be assisted by software capable of applying data-driven… CONTINUE READING

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