Mark Kröll, Stefan Klampfl and Roman Kern from the “Knowledge Discovery” team successfully presented the workshop paper “Towards a Marketplace for the Scientific Community: Accessing Knowledge from the Computer Science Domain” at the ICDL conference 2014 in London.
The paper “Towards a Marketplace for the Scientific Community: Accessing Knowledge from the Computer Science Domain” shows that the scientific output is constantly growing and that it is getting more and more difficult to keep track not only for researchers but also for other scientific stakeholders such as funding agencies, research companies or science journalists. Each stakeholder values different types of information, for instance, a funding agency might be interested in grant information in combination with the research team, while a research company might be more interested in which algorithm works best for a specific data set. This paper accounts for these additional perspectives by proposing an ontological description of the computer science domain. In addition, the paper presents preliminary results with respect to automating the information extraction process.
Complete bibliography of the paper:
Towards a Marketplace for the Scientific Community: Accessing Knowledge from the Computer Science Domain, M. Kröll, S.Klampfl and R.Kern. International Workshop on Mining Scientific Publications@ICDL’14, London, England, 2014.