The context of multiple in-text references and their signification

  title={The context of multiple in-text references and their signification},
  author={Marc Bertin and Iana Atanassova},
  journal={International Journal on Digital Libraries},
In this paper, we consider sentences that contain multiple in-text references (MIR) and their position in the rhetorical structure of articles. We carry out the analysis of MIR in a large-scale dataset of about 80,000 research articles published by the Public Library of Science in 7 journals. We analyze two major characteristics of MIR: their positions in the IMRaD structure of articles and the number of in-text references that make up a MIR in the different journals. We show that MIR are… CONTINUE READING
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