Text-Level Structure of Research Papers: Implications for Text-Based Information Processing Systems

  title={Text-Level Structure of Research Papers: Implications for Text-Based Information Processing Systems},
  author={Noriko Kando},
  booktitle={BCS-IRSG Annual Colloquium on IR Research},
  • Noriko Kando
  • Published 1997 in BCS-IRSG Annual Colloquium on IR Research
This paper discusses the implication of text-level structure for text-based information processing systems. In this paper, text-level structure of research papers is described with a set of typical functional components of research papers such as, background, purpose, methods, etc. and their order in a text. In order to suggest various applications, the experiments of retrieval and passage extraction were conducted using a manually structure-tagged fulltext database of research papers. As a… CONTINUE READING
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