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Design of Subject-based Community Model by Linkage Heterogeneous Content: Focused on Field of Biological Science
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 Title & Authors
Design of Subject-based Community Model by Linkage Heterogeneous Content: Focused on Field of Biological Science
Ahn, Bu-Young; Kim, Ji-Young; Oh, Chung-Shick; Lee, Myung-Sun;
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 Abstract
Researchers in Korea and elsewhere have carried out a wide variety of important research activities in their respective fields, producing valuable research results. For such diverse research results to be shared and exchanged among researchers working in the same discipline and research subject there needs to be a community environment based on free utilization of information. Against this backdrop, this study seeks to classify and reprocess the reference/factual content owned by the KISTI (Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information), a state-run distributor of information on science and technology, by the different research subjects. It also seeks to develop and provide a community model based on the concepts of open archiving and open access for the researchers specialized in the related fields of research. This community model is developed focusing on the research results from the field of bioscience, where the most extensive studies are currently being conducted. To develop the community model, this study: (a) surveys the current status of the content owned by KISTI; (b) analyzes the patterns and characteristics of biological scientific content among the KISTI-owned content; and (c) designs a web platform where researchers can freely upload/download research results.
 Keywords
Community Model;Content Linking;Factual Content;Literature Content;Patent Content;Biological Science;
 Language
English
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