An Architecture for Automatic Reference Linking

  • Bergmark D
  • Lagoze C
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Abstract

Along with the explosive growth of the Web has come a great increase in on-line scholarly literature, which is often more current than what appears in printed publications. The increasing proportion of on-line scholarly literature makes it possible to implement functionality desirable to all researchers — the ability to access cited documents immediately from the citing paper. Implementing this direct access is called reference linking . The Cornell Digital Library Research Group employs value-added surrogates as a generalizable mechanism for providing reference-linking behavior in Web documents. This mechanism exposes reference linking data through a well-defined API, permitting the construction of reference linking services by external clients. We present two example reference linking applications buildable on this API. We also introduce a performance metric; currently we are (automatically) extracting reference linking information with more than 80% accuracy.

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Authors

  • Donna Bergmark

  • Carl Lagoze

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