Developing an ontology-based system for semantic processing of scientific digital libraries
The development of theories, methods, and algorithms for the discovery and formation of new knowledge remains one of the most important tasks for any researcher, especially if they are actively working to create new scientific publications. Yet, there is no universal language to describe full formal concepts (i.e. knowledge) or the systemology of transdisciplinary scientific research. Because of this, researchers face a set of urgent challenges. One such challenge is how to speed up the process of finding information in their own sources. To address this challenge, we created an ontology-related system for processing digital libraries of scientific publications. This system implements the technologies of information retrieval and knowledge discovery in digital libraries with an emphasis on technologies and instruments such as those used in the Semantic Web and cognitive graphics.
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