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SpringerLink will be soon enriched by semantic technologies, thanks to a collaboration betwwen Springer and TEMIS.

At the core of this partnership, TEMIS’s flagship Luxid® Content Enrichment Platform leverages a sophisticated combination of linguistic and statistical methods to calculate semantic relatedness among the millions of publications accessible on SpringerLink.

This enables the automatic recommendation for each available article or book chapter of a selection of highly-relevant, semantically-related documents, without requiring specific editorial efforts”.

Press Release, TEMIS, May 19, 2011


Written by hbasset

May 23, 2011 at 7:43 pm

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