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Semantic Structures for Scientific Writing

@inproceedings{Waard2005SemanticSF,
  title={Semantic Structures for Scientific Writing},
  author={Anita de Waard},
  year={2005}
}
However, the scientific article has remained stubbornly resistant to renewal. Text mining and information extraction are methods specifically developed to find relevant information in unstructured texts and encode the information in a structured form, like a database record (Couto, 2003). In theory, text mining is the perfect solution to transforming factual knowledge from publications into database entries. However, automatically identifying concepts such as genes and proteins poses many… 
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