publication . Article . 2015

Tecnologías para el manejo de metadatos en artículos científicos

Castro-Romero, Alexander; González-Sanabria, Juan S.; Ballesteros-Ricaurte, Javier A.;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Jul 2015
  • Publisher: Facultad de Ingeniería, Universidad del Valle
Abstract
The use of Semantic Web technologies has been increasing, so it is common using them in different ways. This article evaluates how these technologies can contribute to improve the indexing in articles in scientific journals. Initially, there is a conceptual review about metadata. Later, studying the most important technologies for the use of metadata in Web and, this way, choosing one of them to apply it in the case of study of scientific articles indexing, in order to determine the metadata based in those used in impact research journals, and building a model for indexing scientific articles using Semantic Web technologies El uso de tecnologías de la Web Semánt...
Subjects
free text keywords: Anotaciones semánticas, búsquedas semánticas, recuperación de la información, web semántica, Retrieval information, semantic annotations, semantic search, semantic web

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