An Ontology-Based Platform for Scientific Writing and Publishing
Writing scientific discourses and publishing academic results are integral parts of a researcher’s daily professional life. Although tremendous magic have been brought by advancement of digital library technologies and social networking services, there are still no off-the-shelf utilities for strategic writing, reading and even publishing. In this paper, we propose an ontology-based platform for scientific writing and publishing featured with its semi-automatic metadata generation and semantic-linked composition, aiming to facilitate the efficient creation, dissemination and reuse of scientific knowledge.
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