Conference Paper

Identification of Scholarly Papers and Authors.

DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-22185-9_17 Conference: Networked Digital Technologies - Third International Conference, NDT 2011, Macau, China, July 11-13, 2011. Proceedings
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ABSTRACT Repositories are being popular as places for publication of research outputs. To make more efficient use of scholarly information
on the internet, repositories are required to cooperate with other databases. One of the essential processes of the cooperation
is identification of scholarly papers and their authors. The straightforward approach is string matching of the title and
authors’ name, however this approach cannot always solve the difficulties by basic clerical errors and same names. This paper
proposes a method to compensate for the inaccuracy of the identification by connecting different databases. The main idea
of the method is that different metadata of a scholarly paper is linked by the authors themselves, therefore the correspondence
is guaranteed by the authors. The authors of this paper are developing a system based on the idea on the repository and the
researcher database in their university.

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    ABSTRACT: The paper introduces a Web system which supports registration of scholarly papers to institutional repositories. Institutional repository is an important service for academic societies, however the number of archived papers is not enough in most of institutions. The authors of the paper developed a system that supports authors of papers (that is, researchers) and managers of repositories in registration of papers. By connecting with external databases of published research papers, the system urges researchers register their papers to repository. Additionally, the system automatically searches the copyright policy for each paper also using external databases. This paper makes clear the problem of current institutional repositories, and then describes the detailed idea of the developed system as a solution. The system is expected to decrease the efforts of researchers and managers for paper registration, and increase the number of archived papers in institutional repositories thereby.

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