The largest scholarly semantic network...ever.

@inproceedings{Bollen2007TheLS,
  title={The largest scholarly semantic network...ever.},
  author={Johan Bollen and Michael A. Rodriguez and Herbert Van de Sompel and Lyudmila Balakireva and Aric A. Hagberg},
  booktitle={WWW '07},
  year={2007}
}
Scholarly entities, such as articles, journals, authors and institutions, are now mostly ranked according to expert opinion and citation data. The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation funded MESUR project at the Los Alamos National Laboratory is developing metrics of scholarly impact that can rank a wide range of scholarly entities on the basis of their usage. The MESUR project starts with the creation of a semantic network model of the scholarly community that integrates bibliographic, citation, and… 

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WWW 2007 / Poster Paper Topic: Semantic Web
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